Jonathan Hindmarsh is an award winning Australian production designer. He graduated from NIDA’s Bachelor of Dramatic Arts in 2015 and is the recipient of the 2018 Green Room Award for Design and the 2018 Sydney Theatre Award for Best Costume Design.
Jonathan’s recent design work includes Lady Tabouli, programmed for Sydney Festival 2020 with the National Theatre of Parramatta, A View from the Bridge (Ensemble 2019), Pomona (Red Stitch 2019), Trevor (KXT 2019), The Astral Plane (Belvoir 25A 2019), Grounded (National Theatre of Parramatta 2019), costumes for West Australian Ballet’s Reincarnation choreographed by Garry Stewart (2019), set for Brisbane Festival’s I’ve Been Meaning to Ask You (The Good Room 2018), set and costumes for the Australian premiere of The Humans at The Old Fitz (2018), The Girl/The Woman (National Theatre of Parramatta 2018), the Green Room Award winning Apokalypsis (Next Wave Festival 2018), Kill Climate Deniers (Griffin 2018) and Metamorphoses (Apocalypse Theatre 2018). For the Old Fitz Theatre in 2017 Jonathan designed Doubt: A Parable, Crimes of the Heart and The Judas Kiss. His work also includes designs for Look Back in Anger (2016), Low Level Panic (2016), Sport For Jove’s Away (2016) and Belleville (2016).
In 2020 Jonathan was a Production Design Assistant on Marvel Studio’s Shang Chi & the Legend of the Ten Rings, and most recently was a Costume Assistant on the Netflix series Pieces of Her.
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