For Nottingham Playhouse: Once on This Island, Mother Courage and her Children and Dead Funny.
Lighting design credits include: The Exorcist, Five Guys Named Moe (West End) Blanc de Blanc (Las Vegas/Australia); Bohemia (Monte Carlo); Legally Blonde, The Seagull (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Cymbeline (Royal Shakespeare Company); The James Plays, The World of Extreme Happiness, Love the Sinner (National Theatre); A Very Very Very Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); Close Up – The Twiggy Musical, Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory); Gobsmacked (US Tour); Bugsy Malone, Hairspray, Laila The Musical, Jackie The Musical, The King and I, Happy Days The Musical, After Muss Julie, Vulcan 7 (UK Tour); The Infidel, a Musical (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Sound of Music, Gypsy, Chicago (Curve Leicester); Mr Burns, Before The Party (Almeida); Fraulein Julie (Schaubuhne, Barbican); Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe); Encore, Showtime at the Pink Flamingo, Limbo & Limbo Unhinged (Strut n Fret); Trainspotting (Glasgow Citizens); Milk, Swallow, Ciara (Traverse); The Twits, Liberian Girl, God Bless The Child, The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas, No Quarter, Kebab (Royal Court); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barbican); First Love is the Revolution, The Boy Who Fell into A Book, Pastoral, Roller Diner (Soho Theatre); The Member of the Wedding (Young Vic); Testing The Echo (Out of Joint); Mogadishu, Punk Rock (Lyric Hammersmith); One For the Road, Hedda Gabler, The Duchess of Malfi (Northampton); The Fahrenheit Twins, Low Pay? Don’t Pay! (Told By An Idiot); If Only (Chichester Festival Theatre); 1984, Macbeth, Too Clever By Half, You Can’t Take It With You (Royal Exchange) and Terminus (Abbey Dublin, Young Vic, Irish/US/Australian Tour).
As well as lighting Magic Mike Live in Las Vegas, London, Berlin Australia and On Tour in the US Philip Lit all of the show elements for the recent Hollywood Movie Magic Mike’s Last Dance directed by Steven Soderbergh.