Niall is an emerging Theatre Designer based in London who graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2017. In 2018 he was awarded the 1 year full time residency at the National Theatre's Max Rayne Design Studio which he completed in 2019.
“Stories constantly inspire, re-inform and and develop my own aspirations and sensibilities when designing for theatre, with the intent to create spaces and impressions as nuanced as the characters within them. Whether in a theatre space, village hall, warehouse or coffee shop, my work aspires to be honest, expressive and truthful”
Recent work includes: Associate Set and Costume Designer for Translations (National Theatre) and Designer of The World We Made (CHANGE Festival) - a new play using the latest sustainable sound and lighting technology to create an immersive design that is adaptable to any venue it travels, that is as low environmental impact as possible.
Within his practice, he continues to work across many disciplines including sculpture, where he has worked on HBO’s Game of Thrones for three years and gained his first two professional TV credits. Niall has also worked in the Art Departments on Peter Strickland's latest film In Fabric and LOVE directed by Alexander Zeldin.