Amelia Lever-Davidson is an award-winning lighting designer for theatre, dance, live art, installation and events. Amelia is a graduate of The Victorian College of the Arts, The Western Australian Academy of the Performing Arts and RMIT

Amelia has designed lighting for Sydney Theatre Company, The Melbourne Theatre Company, Belvoir St Theatre, Malthouse Theatre, Chunky Move, Red Stitch, Chamber Made, Elbow Room, Belarus Free Theatre, Deep Soulful Sweats, The Hayloft Project, MKA, CIRCA, DARK MOFO, RISING,Melbourne International Comedy Festival and many others.

Her design credits include JULIUS CAESAR (STC); BLOOM, BERNHADT/HAMLET, GIRLS & BOYS, SLAP. BANG. KISS., ADMISSIONS, TORCH THE PLACE, THE VIOLENT OUTBURST THAT DREW ME TO YOU (MTC); BLESSED UNION, MY BRILLIANT CAREER, EVERY BRILLIANT THING (Belvoir); THEY DIVIDED THE SKY (Belvoir 25A); BECAUSE THE NIGHT, KBOX, AUSTRALIAN REALNESS, TRUSTEES, TURBINE (Malthouse Theatre); LEVIATHAN (Circa); MYSELF IN THAT MOMENT, SYSTEM_ERROR, DIASPORA (Chamber Made); NEXT MOVE 11 (Chunky Move); HYDRA, MORAL PANIC, CONTEST, NICHE, CONVICTION, DREAM HOME (Darebin Speakeasy); WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO? (Deep Soulful SweatsHAND TO GOD (Vass Productions); LOOKING GLASS, TRIUMPH (fortyfivedownstairs); MONUMENT, A SIMPLE ACT OF KINDNESS, DESERT, 6:29PM, JURASSICA, FOXFINDER (Red Stitch Actors Theatre); MKA’s DOUBLE FEATURE (MTC Neon); META (Malthouse Helium Season); GROUND CONTROL, CAMEL, HELLO THERE WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU (Next Wave Festival). Amelia’s work has been presented both nationally and internationally at festivals, and she has also designed for RISING, DARK MOFO, Melbourne Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Amelia’s work has been recognised with Green Room Awards for DIASPORA, CONTEST, LOOKING GLASS and her 2015 body of work. Amelia is an Australia Council ArtStart and JUMP Mentorship recipient, Ian Potter Cultural Trust recipient, and a past participant in the Malthouse Besen Family Artist Program and the Melbourne Theatre Company’s inaugural Women in Theatre Program. Amelia has also worked as lighting director for Channel Nine, Channel Ten, and the ABC.

Amelia has undertaken mentorships with Paule Constable, Jon Clark, Paul Jackson, The Rabble, and international placements with Dewey Dell (Venice Biennale) and Hartley TM Kemp (Edinburgh Fringe Festival).  Amelia is a founding member of The New Working Group, a network of independent artists, bringing together the creative output, ideas, resources and skills of writers, directors and designers to create a support structure for new work development and presentation.