Master of Public Management, Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture / Design), Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Arts (Art History), Victoria University of Wellington
Socially engaged practice in arts and other fields. Social change. Performing arts history in Aotearoa.
Freelance management in project development
Trustee - Magdalena Aotearoa Trust (2002 - CURRENT)
Research Project 'Bringing Relationships In: Mātauranga Māori in Project Work' (2018)
Head of Technical and Management Courses Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School (2012 - 2014)
Producer The Southern Corridor Project and Crossing Lines (2008 - 2013)
Winner Wellington Theatre Awards Lighting Designer of the Year (2008, 2000, 1998)
Selected Creative Work
"The Swing" by Helen Pearce-Otene development season (2020): Lighting design and production
Produced by Te Rākua Hua o te Wao Tapu. Directed by Jim Moriarty. Sound Design by Helen Pearse-Otene and Haami Hawkins. Set Design by Tony De Goldi. Costume Design by Cara-Louise Waretini
"The Clearing" Choreographed by Ross McCormack (2019): Lighting design
Produced by Footnote Dance Company. 2019 NZ Tour. Set design by Ross McCormack.
Sound Design by Jason Wright.
“Shel We” Tupua Tigafua (2018): Lighting design
Produced by Tupe Lualua, Le Moana, at Te Auaha, Measina Festival 2018
“Anahera” Emma Kinane (2017): Lighting design
Directed by Katie Wolfe at Circa Theatre. Set design Mark MacIntyre.
“White Guitar” (2016): Lighting design
Text by the Luafutu family, script consultant Oscar Kightley, directed by Nina Nawalowalo & Jim Moriarty.
Produced by The Conch.
Selected Arts Management Contracts
Jun - Nov 2020 Refusing Performance Producing
Development of a performance research for "Liminal Splits and Other Basic Deceits" with Madeline McNamara, Jade Eriksen, Penny Fitt, Ngapaki and Teina Moetara
May - Sep 2019 Te Rākau Hua o te Wao Tapu Line Producer
Working post-production on Te Rākau’s Undertow series as they were delivered into a feature film and a four-episode TV series. Premièred on Māori TV in 2019.
Writing & Publication
Volunteer editor WIKIPEDIA, 2020
Maule, L. “I Did the Lighting.” Playmarket Annual No. 52, 2017