The Fat Duck Restaurant-Heston Blumenthal

A performance of eating It begins with the setting; a painted abstract of yellow and orange provides a backdrop to the white room, exposed dark wooden beams cross the ceiling, bright autumnal flowers sit on crisp white linen tables with custom cutlery and sleek glassware. Our corner table provides box-like seating of the spectacle about…

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Looking Back, The First

Having been home for 6 months now, I thought it was time to pay a trip to the home I left behind, Scotland. And what better way could there be to remember than through food? My visit to Scotland was a meld of all the things that I love about travelling- discovering new tastes and…

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AoTERRORroa

An absurdist farce, inspired by the New Zealand Terrorism Suppression Act and the arrests of the “Urewera Seventeen” by the New Zealand Police in November 2007. The performance space was composed as if in a film studio, with three separate sets-the activists lounge, the police station and the media room. The audience was divided into…

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The Underarm, Tauranga Arts Festival, 2007

The Underarm was a sporting comedy set in the Basin Reserve, Wellington. The play focused on the relationship between two brothers and their differing views on the infamous cricketing incident, that occurred during a one-day test between Australia and New Zealand in 1981.  I designed the set to evoke the scale and atmosphere of the Basin Reserve while providing…

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