Amelia Lever-Davidson

Amelia Lever-Davidson

Lighting Designer

Amelia is a lighting designer based in Melbourne, whose practice encompasses theatre, dance, live art, television and events. In 2012 she completed a Postgraduate diploma at The Victorian College of the Arts, and is a graduate
 from The Western Australian Academy of the Performing Arts.

Her recent works include Niche (Elbow Room & SpeakEasy), Looking Glass (45 Downstairs), Turbine (Malthouse Theatre), Conviction (Speak Easy), Ground Control (Next Wave Festival), Triumph (45 Downstairs) and Jurassica (Red Stitch). Amelia received a Green Room Award for her 2015 body of work, and was nominated for her lighting designs for Ground Control, Dropped, and Foxfinder.

With the support of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust and The Australia Council, Amelia travelled to London in early 2017 to complete placements on Angels in America (National Theatre London), Seventeen (Belvoir/Lyric Hammersmith) and The Winter’s Tale (English National Opera) with international lighting designers, Paule Constable and Jon Clark.