Christine Felmingham
Lighting Designs
About Christine
Christine is a Brisbane based lighting designer who has worked in Theatre, Dance and Live Performance. 

She has created lighting designs for a diverse range of companies and festivals, including:

​     Belloo Creative (Rovers, 2018)
     La Boite Theatre Company (The Dead Devils of Cockle Creek, 2018)     
     Counterpilot (​Crunch Time, 2018 & Spectate, ​2017)
​       Now Look Here Theatre Company (Sound of a Finished Kiss, 2018; Splendour, 2017& Slight Ache & The Lover, 2016);
     Short+Sweet Queensland (Short+Sweet Theatre and Cabaret Festival, 2016 & 2017);
     Architects of Sound (Architects Reborn: Arena Spectacular, 2016);
     Awkward Productions (Allen, 2016);
     Vena Cava Productions (Of Little Matter, 2012 & Iphigenia 2.0, 2012). 

Christine has worked closely with David Walters, as his assistant, on numerous projects including; Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre), Lest we Forget (Queensland Ballet) and Prize Fighter (La Boite Theatre Company). She has also spent time interning with other lighting designers, including:  Ben Hughes (Sampson, La Boite Theatre Company) (Medea, La Boite Theatre Company), Glen Hughes (A Chorus of Disapproval, QUT Acting), Matt Scott (Red Shoes​, Expressions Dance Company) & Jason Glenwright (Sunnytown​, La Boite Indie).​ 

Christine is currently creating the lighting design for Underground Production's new show, ​Sweet Charity. Which opens at Brisbane Powerhouse on the 24th of January. 

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Christine completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Production) in 2015 at the Queensland University of Technology; and has also previously completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) at the same institution.
During her time in the Technical Production degree Christine undertook a diverse range of creative and technical roles in dance, theatre & live performance. These include:
Lighting Designer
Associate Lighting Designer
Head Electrican
Deputy Stage Manager

Christine's time at QUT fostered her creativity and gave her the technical skills to be a valuable asset to any production, no matter the role. She has developed a love for collaboration and is equally comfortable working in a devised setting as a traditional theatre model. While her passion lies in lighting design, she is equally comfortable in technical roles, having worked as a touring production manager, board operator and lighting technician; all of which have enhanced her skills as a designer.​​