Lucy Adams is a London based lighting designer working in devised work and new writing. She's an associate artist with ThisEgg, having designed GogglesMe and My BeeUNCONDITIONAL and dressed. (Fringe First Award winner) for the company. She's also worked with BREACH Theatre on It's True, It's True, It's True (Fringe First Award winner), the National Youth Theatre on Ordinary Miracle, Poltergeist Theatre on Art Heist (Edinburgh Fringe and New Diorama Theatre), YESYESNONO on The Accident Did Not Take Place (Edinburgh Fringe) and [insert slogan here] (Edinburgh Fringe), Willy Hudson on Bottom (Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre), Haley McGee on Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale (Camden People's Theatre) and Paula Varjack on Cult of K*nzo (UK Tour). 

Her lighting design for new writing includes Skin A Cat by Isley Lynn directed by Blythe Stewart (UK tour), One Jewish Boy by Stephen Laughton directed by Sarah Meadows (Old Red Lion), A Hundred Words for Snow by Tatty Hennessy directed by Lucy Atkinson (Vault Festival and Trafalgar Studios), The Amber Trap by Tabitha Mortiboy directed by Hannah Hauer-King (Theatre503) and The Last Noël by Chris Bush directed by Jonathan Humphreys (The Old Fire Station, Oxford).