Kelsey Lee

Set & Costume Designer

Kelsey is a set, costume and lighting designer for theatre, dance and film. Kelsey’s recent projects include Lighting Designer for Mutiara (Marrugeku), Sex Magick (Griffin Theatre Company), Set & Lighting Designer for An Ox Stand On My Tongue (Belvoir 25a) and Associate Lighting Designer for Blue, At What Cost? (Belvoir St Theatre). Last year, Kelsey was Co-Lighting Designer with Katie Sfetkidis for Whitefella Yella Tree (Griffin Theatre Company); Set and Costume Designer for A Practical Guide To Self Defence (NTofP); Lighting Designer for The Comedy Of Errors (Bell Shakespeare) and Set Designer for Nothing (NTofP).

She was the co-production designer and Lighting Designer for Destroy, She Said for Belvoir’s 25A, which won Best Stage Design of an Independent Production at the 2022 Sydney Theatre Awards. Previously for 25A, Kelsey designed the lighting for Extinction of The Learned Response, Skyduck and Kasama Kita. She designed the lighting, set and costumes for Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge; There’s a Sea In My Bedroom (ACO); Lulu: A Modern Sex Tragedy (NIDA). Other credits include A Room of One’s Own (Belvoir St Theatre); A Letter For Molly; Unqualified 2: Still Unqualified; Outdated; Killing Katie (Ensemble Theatre), Queen Fatima (NToP and Sydney Festival), Jali (Aya Productions, Griffin Theatre Company); I’m With Her (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); April Aardvark (ATYP); Good Dog; If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You (Greendoor Theatre Company).

Her film credits include Production Assistant on Long Story Short (See Pictures) and was in the Set Dec Department for Shang Chi and The Legend of the 10 Rings (Marvel Studios).