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Zoë is a designer for stage and film based in New York and London.  US venues include Here Arts Centre, Ars Nova (AntFest), The Wild Project, The Sheen Center, Colgate University and Brown/Trinity Rep.  In the UK, she has designed for venues such as The Orange Tree, Queens Theatre Hornchurch, The Marlowe Canterbury, Arts Ed, Jermyn Street Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Mercury Theatre Colchester, The New Diorama, Shoreditch Town Hall, Warwick Arts Centre, Lamda, The Bunker, The Royal Court and The Director’s Programme at the Young Vic. Recent projects include designing the winning play Barrier(s), for the New Views Festival in the Dorfman Theatre, and acting as Design Associate for the Connections Festival 2022 at the National Theatre.  Selected production design credits include Assisted Living (web series, NYC) and Pear (music video, NYC).


Two of her designs were selected for World Stage Design 2022 in Calgary, one of which (Tomorrow Will Take Care of Itself) took first place in the Emerging Designer category. A winner of the 2019 Linbury Prize for Stage Design, she has twice been a finalist in the Off West End Awards for best Set Design, most recently in 2022 for Deciphering.  She is a recipient of the 2022 JMK Development Award, with Director Emerald Crankson.

She is a graduate of the MFA Design Programme at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and holds a BA in Fine Art from Chelsea School of Art, University of the Arts London. 

Adam Maskell at Curtis Brown
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