Justin Nardella studied design at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts de Sydney, Australia. His career, which spans more than a decade, has seen the creation of more than fifty projects.
He has designed the sets for Jean-Paul Gautier’s Fashion Freak Show (Round House), Mimma – A New Musical (Cadogan Hall), Proud (Kings Head), Arcadia (Manchester International Festival), Showmanism! (Royal Theater of Bath), Songs for Nobodies (West End), La Traviata (Théâtre des Champs-Élysées), The Life (Southwark Playhouse), Youth Without God and Depths of Dead Love (Coronet Theatre), Eugene Onegin (Buxton International Festival), Acis and Galatea (English National Opera Studio), Le Grand Mort (Trafalgar Studios), The Hunting of the Snark (RGM Productions), Legends! (Australian tour), Mr Incredible and Where Do Little Birds Go? (Longsight Theatre), Hänsel et Gretel (Opera in Space), Tender Napalm (Brisbane Festival), Orfeo (Brandeburg Orchestra).
As associate stage designer, he has worked on Priscilla Queen of the Desert, War Requiem and Tristan und Isolde (English National Opera), King Lear (The Old Vic) and The Testament of Mary (Comédie-Française and Théâtre de l’Odéon).
He has worked with Jim Sharman on his movie Andy X, Brendon McDonall for his movie Spoilers, Tom Noakes on the clip Could Be Bad, by the band The Scare, and on the screenings of Gianni Schicchi and La Bohème at the iSing Asia Festival.
He won the BMW Young Artists Award and the William Fletcher Grant.
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