Steve Hendy is a Melbourne based lighting designer. His designs have encompassed for theatre, dance, music theatre, and architecture. Steve aims to create an evocative and expressive response formed by strong collaboration with all creative members. He enjoys exploring the use of form and shadow.
Steve’s recent design credits include; NARCIFIXION directed by Anton and co-choreographed by Anton and Brianna Kell at FORM Dance Projects Dance Bites (2021), The Chat co-created by J R Brennan and David Woods at Sydney Festival (2019), Despotic Tendencies (film) co-directed by Gavin Jarrett and Anton (2018), Enter Ophelia directed by John Kachoyan at La Mama Theatre (2018) and touring to Canberra and regional Victoria (2019), Maple & Vine directed by Bruce Hardy at Southbank Theatre (2015), Quick Death / Slow Love written and directed by Richard Murphet (2015), Cloudstreet directed by Julián Fuentes Reta (2015), and Parade directed by Bruce Hardy at The Cooper's Malthouse (2015).
Steve is a graduate from the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Production) (Degree with Honours). He was the 2014 recipient of the VCA Vectorworks Graduation Award and the 2013 School of Production recipient of the Lionel Gell Foundation Scholarship.