Siobhán is a Toronto-based Lighting Designer who works in both Canada and the USA. She has credits in Theatre, Opera and Dance.
Over the past few years, her work has been seen in Canada, The United States, India, Sweden, Australia and the Czech Republic. She has been a Lighting Designer for: The Shaw Festival, Canadian Opera Company, The Grand Theatre, Theatre Aquarius, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Neptune Theatre, Alberta Theatre Projects, Drayton Entertainment, Globe Theatre, Sudbury Theatre Centre, Adirondack Theatre Festival, among many others. She has been the Resident Lighting Designer of Anandam Dancetheatre since 2006.
Siobhán has worked as an Associate Lighting Designer on Come from Away (Mirvish and Junkyard Dogs), Sousatzka: The Musical (Elgin), Jukebox Hero (Ed Mirvish) and La Traviata (Canadian Opera Company and Houston Grand Opera). She has also worked extensively as an Assistant Lighting Designer for Repertory Opera and Theatre in both Canada and the US. Some notable credits include: Die Frau ohne Schatten, Madama Butterfly and El Último Sueño de Frida Y Diego (San Francisco Opera), Ariodante and Nightingale and Other Short Fables (Canadian Opera Company) as well as The Tempest starring Christopher Plummer and Twelfth Night starring Brian Dennehy at The Stratford Festival of Canada.
Outside of theatre, Siobhán has lit exhibitions in art galleries and museums. This includes the lighting and layout design of THE ART OF BANKSY: UNAUTHORIZED PRIVATE COLLECTION in Toronto, Miami, Gothenburg and Sydney, as well as the lighting design of the exhibition Star Turns at the Bata Shoe museum. She designed and programmed the lighting score of Brendan Fernandes’ piece FUTURE (…—…) PERFECT in Nuit Blanche 2008.
In 2014 Siobhán was shortlisted for a Pauline McGibbon Award. She was a recipient of the Tom Patterson Award from the Stratford Festival in 2010.