Lucy Carter is an international, critically acclaimed Lighting Designer, working in Ballet, Theatre, Dance and Opera. She is a two-time winner of the prestigious Knight of Illumination Award for Dance in 2008 for Chroma and 2015 for Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet). Her productions have won numerous awards.
Lucy is a close creative collaborator of Wayne McGregor, they have worked together for 25 years+ across a multitude of works for both Company Wayne McGregor, The Royal Ballet and many international dance and ballet companies. Her credits for work with McGregor include +/- Human (Company Wayne McGregor & The Royal Ballet); AUTOobiography, Atomos, Undance, Far, Dyad 1909, Entity, Amu, AtaXia, Nemesis, Digit01 (Company Wayne McGregor); Yugen, Multiverse, Obsidian Tear, Woolf Works, Tetractys: The Art of the Fugue, Raven Girl, Machina, Carbon Life, Live Fire Exercise, Limen, Infra, Chroma, Qualia, Nimbus (Royal Ballet, London); Borderlands (San Francisco Ballet); Dido and Aeneas and Acis and Galatea (Royal Opera/Royal Ballet, London); Outlier (New York City Ballet); Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet); Kirikou and Karaba (musical); Alea Sands, L'Anatomie de la Sensation, Genus (Paris Opera Ballet); Skindex and Renature (Nederlands Dans Theater 1); 2Human (English National Ballet); Yantra and Nautilus (Stuttgart Ballet).
Lucy's work extends to theatre and opera including; The Almighty Sometimes (The Royal Exchange, Manchester), Everybody's Talking About Jamie (The Apollo Theatre), The End of Longing (Playhouse Theatre) Medea, Blurred Lines and Emil and the Detectives (National Theatre), Husbands and Sons (National Theatre and Royal Exchange Manchester); Elektra (Goteborge Opera), La finta giardiniera (Glyndebourne) and Lohengrin (Welsh National Opera, Greek National Opera and Polish National Opera). Her installation work includes; No Body (Installation at Sadler's Wells) and FLUX (Schlossmediale Werdernberg). Lucy has also worked with Paloma Faith for her performance at the Brit Awards 2015 (choreographed by McGregor), and Gareth Pugh for his AW2017 campaign. (Information as of March 2018)
(Information as of October 2020)