Fiona CrombieSet Designer

THEATRE: as Set and Costume Designer, Sydney Theatre Company: The Seven Stages of Grieving, The Cherry Orchard, Stolen, Scenes from a Separation, The Shape of Things, Mr Kolpert, as Costume Designer – Summer Rain, The Real Thing, The One Day of the Year, The Tempest, End Game, Life is a Dream, Old Masters, Don Juan, Three Sisters, and The Recruit. As Set Designer – Hedda Gabler (2004 and 2006). Fiona has also designed for Australian Theatre for Young People (Operation Marlowe, Birds, Spurboard) Melbourne Theatre Company (King Lear – costume), Malthouse Theatre Company (The Ham Funeral and The Year of the Plague) Theatre 20/20 and Griffin Theatre Company.

She designs for events, advertisements and was an assistant costume designer for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Closing Ceremony.

FILM: (Production Design) Blue Tongue (Short film Film Victoria Award for Best Film Screened during Critics Week at Cannes Film Festival, 2005, Foreign Exchange Film & Music Festival – Museum of Modern Art, New York) Jubulj (Short Film) Silent Partner (Feature – Art Director), Fiona has also designed several video and music clips including: Sole, Lock and Load, Come to This Sleep and Hello the End (Alex Lloyd).

TELEVISION: (Costume Designer) Secretary.