AS A SCENOGRAPHER/SOUND DESIGNER, I'M ESPECIALLY INTERESTED IN EXPLORING EXPERIMENTAL SOUND/DESIGN-LED THEATRE PERFORMANCES.
ALWAYS APPROACHING A DESIGN FROM A DRAMATURGICAL ANGLE, I CONSIDER MY SOUND DESIGN AS WEAVING AN AUDITORY FABRIC UNDERNEATH THE PERFORMANCE, WORKING AS A INVISIBLE CHARACTER IN THE SHOW.
“under the direction of Billy Barrett and with seamless lighting and sound design by Amy Daniels and Jamie Lu respectively, the frantic monologue proves to be quite the live experience.”
- The Theatre Reviews Hub on Declan
"Jamie Lu's sound design is emotive and wonderfully punctuates each scene."
- Theatre Weekly on The Apology
"Jamie Lu's soundtrack rattles with dread and disturbance."
"The sound by Jamie Lu plays a key factor in the play too. In one scene with David, as the tension rises, so does the volume of the birds then when he’s about to hit the climax in his monologue, everything stops. Small details like this are what make the performance as outstanding as it is."
- West End Best Friend on We Started To Sing
The magnificent sound and lighting design by Jamie Lu and Kevin Murphy enhance the bleakness, gradually building to an uncomfortable crescendo as the trio force themselves apart.
- Fairly Powered Productions on The Blue House (Offies nominated for SOUND DESIGN)