Projection designer Daniel Brodie made his Royal Ballet debut in the 2013/14 Season on the premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s The Winter’s Tale.
Brodie was born in Las Vegas and graduated with a degree in theatre and media design from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. He designed the projections for Wheeldon’s Cinderella (Dutch National Ballet and San Francisco Ballet) and has worked regularly with puppeteer Basil Twist, both on The Winter’s Tale and Cinderella and on Twist’s Behind the Lid, Arias with a Twist and The Rite of Spring. Brodie’s Broadway credits include Motown the Musical, Jekyll & Hyde and Disney’s Aladdin. He has also created large-scale video designs for Kanye West and for the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.
Brodie’s awards include the United States Institute of Theatre Technology’s Rising Star Award (2011). He has worked as a guest lecturer at Yale University.
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Christopher Wheeldon’s ballet adaptation is a true collaborative effort, with spectacular designs from all the creative team coming together to tell the story.