Luke W. Robson is a multidisciplinary artist, designer and filmmaker. He is the current Trainee Designer at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Last year he was OFFIE (Off West End Theatre Award) nominated for Odd Shaped Balls at the Old Red Lion. Luke is a Live Theatre Associate Artist through his role as Resident Designer for Plane Paper Theatre. Current and upcoming designs include Unspoken (Newcastle Theatre Royal) and The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes (Live Theatre). Previous designs include: Live Lab Elevator, The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes (Live Theatre), Madam Butterfly (King’s Head Theatre), FANS (Touring Production), Odd Shaped Balls (Old Red Lion), The Nether, Journey’s End, The Pillowman (Northern Stage). Assisting credits for theatre and film include: Miss Littlewood, The Duchess of Malfi, Twelfth Night, Macbeth, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Imperium: The Cicero Plays (Royal Shakespeare Company), Broken Biscuits (Touring Production), The Sugar-Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie (Arcola Theatre), Edith (Mini Productions / Mint Pictures), How I Didn’t Become a Piano Player, Terminus (National Film & Television School). Luke runs LOCO Creative (lococreative.com) producing graphic design for venues and companies including: Paines Plough, Live Theatre, Soho Theatre, Talawa, HighTide, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Theatre503, The Bunker and the Vault Festival. Recent art projects have included Electric Sheep (Channel4’s Random Acts) and The Cave (Great North Museum: Hancock / Hoxton Arches / Queens Hall Digital Commission). In 2017 Luke graduated with a First Class BA Honours in Fine Art from Newcastle University and previously completed the prestigious BFI Talent Campus at the National Film & Television School.