David designs Sets and Costumes for Theatre, Opera and Live Events and has worked on shows across the UK, Europe, US, Canada, Korea and Japan. He recently represented the UK at the 2019 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space and is part of the Staging Places exhibition at the V&A.
Credits include: Sunday in the Park with George in New York and the West End, which won Olivier Awards for best design and best musical production at the Wyndhams and was nominated for costume design and set design at the 2008 Tony Awards. His credits in the West End include: The Comedy about a Bank Robbery, McQueen, Daddy Long Legs, A Little Night Music and Little Shop of Horrors, and A Little Night Music and 13 on Broadway.
Other theatre credits include: Flood (Hull, Victoria Dock Half Tide Basin with Slung Low), Million Dollar Quartet (UK Tour), The Fairy Portal Camp (RSC Stratford Avonbank Gardens, with Slung Low), Crush (UK Tour), Camelot: The Shining City (Slung Low for Sheffield Crucible), The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour), The White Whale (Slung Low), Snapshots (Goodspeed CT/ Seattle/ Arizona, US), Take Flight, Travesties, Are You There, McPhee? (McCarter Theater, US), Daddy Long Legs (New York/ London/ Rubicon CA/ Cincinnati/ Arizona/ Detroit/ Chicago/ Florida), Kiss Me Kate (Stratford, Ontario), Terrible Advice, Aspects of Love, Take Flight, The Last Five Years (Menier Chocolate Factory), Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest (Royal Dramatic Theatre Stockholm), Oklahoma! (Chichester), Corpse (Salisbury), Sweeney Todd (Gate Theatre).
Opera credits include: The Phoenix (Houston Grand Opera), La Bohéme (San Francisco Opera/Houston Grand Opera/Canadian Opera Company), The Turn of the Screw (New York City Opera/BAM).