Ella Wahlström is a London-based Sound Designer. She was born in Finland and moved to London in 2010 to train at Rose Bruford College. Ella is a board member at the Association of Sound Designers.
Recent Sound Design credits include: Sam and her Amazing Book of Dinosaurs (Hong Kong Ballet and 59Productions); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Lyric, West End, UK Tour and Ethel Barrymore, Broadway); The Unfriend (Wyndham’s and Criterion, West End), Bleak Expectations (Criterion, West End) 101 Dalmatians (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Ava: The Secret Conversations (Riverside Studios); Dogs of Europe (Barbican Centre); The Wicker Husband (Watermill Theatre); Rare Earth Mettle and Inside Bitch (Royal Court); The Lemon Table (Michael Grandage Company); Piaf (Nottingham Playhouse); I Think We Are Alone (Frantic Assembly); Noises Off (Garrick, West End); Jellyfish (National Theatre); Sometimes Thinking (National Theatre, River Stage); Black&White (SJACC, Kuwait); Trying it On (RSC and Royal Court) and The Life (English Theatre Frankfurt).
She is the sound designer of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Cello Concerto which premiered in Chicago in 2017 with Yo-Yo Ma as the soloist; and the co-Sound Designer of Robert Wilson and Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Letter to a Man.