Faye Bradley

Faye completed an M.A. in Theatre Design at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She was a finalist for the Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 2013, and worked with the English Touring Opera. Her designs were exhibited at The National Theatre.
Faye completed a traineeship with the English National Opera in 2013.

She received a bursary from the Royal Opera House and shadowed designer Robert Jones for the productionof Andre Chenier in January 2015.

She was nominated for an Off West End Award for her costume designs for Fulfil Me Fully Phil, at The Space directed by Sebastian Rex.

Faye recently designed the costumes and an adaptive set for 3 touring productions for the White Horse Theatre Company.

Faye designed the set and costumes for Ulla's Odyssey, a family opera directed by Valentina Ceschi for Opera Up Close. She also designed the set and costumes for a touring production of Handel's Xerxes directed by Jenny Miller for the 2015 Longborough Festival.

Faye designed the set for Telescope directed by Matthew Gould at Testbed 1 and for The Tales Of Malik-Mammed directed by Andy McQuade at the Chelsea Theatre. Both productions were part of the BUTA Festival celebrating Azerbaijani arts.

Faye designed the sets and costume for the touring opera Rinaldo as part of the Longborough Opera Festival directed by Jenny Miller. She also designed Flight of The Lawnchair Man directed by Justin Joseph for the Edinburgh Fringe, Oedipus Retold directed by Robert Gillespie at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Festen, at The Space directed by Danielle McIlven, The Anorak at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre directed by Matthew Gould, TRASH, at The White Bear, directed by Timothy.J.Howe, 4.48 Psychosis at The Drayton Theatre, directed by Sebastian Miller, Silent Prayer of Poetry at The Edinburgh Fringe, directed by Eiko Sasaki, The Yalta Game at The Alma Tavern Theatre, directed by Timothy.J.Howe, the set for The Good Soul of Szechuan at The Bristol Old Vic Studio  directed by Partick Sandford, and the costumes for Time and The Conways at Circomedia directed by Jenny Stephens.

Faye completed a B.A in Fine Art at the University of Leeds, including a year studying at Arizona State University. It was in Arizona that Faye became more interested in the 3D form, and took classes in clay animation, ceramics and neon sculpture.

After she graduated Faye moved to Hiroshima and then to Tokyo. Whilst in Japan Faye was greatly inspired by performances of Bunraku, Noh, Kami-Shibai and Kabuki Theatre. She worked for the Japanese N.G.O Peace Boat, travelling around the world on a ship.