Steve Hendy is a Sydney based lighting designer. He has designed for theatre, dance, music theatre and architecture since becoming interested in light and performance at a young age. Steve aims to create an evocative and expressive response formed by strong collaboration with all creative members.
Steve’s recent design credits include; The Chat co-created by J R Brennan and David Woods at Sydney Festival (2019), Despotic Tendencies (film) co-created by directed by Gavin Jarrett and Anton (2018), Enter Ophelia directed by John Kachoyan at La Mama Theatre (2018), 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) (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.