Based in London, Jamie is a theatrical lighting designer and an alumnus of the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.

He is represented by Sam Day at InterTalent Group, is a Professional member of the

Association of Lighting Designers, and works internationally as a designer and an associate. 


- Knight of Illumination Award 2019

Hawthorn Award for Musicals for Mythic

- BroadwayWorld Award 2019

Best Lighting Design for Mythic

- Offie Award Nomination 2019

Best Lighting Design for Gently Down The Stream

- Offie Award Nomination 2018

Best Lighting Design for Mother Goose Cracks One Out!

- Offie Award Nomination 2016

Best Lighting Design for Where Do Little Birds Go?


- Offie Award Nomination 2015

Best Lighting Design for Klippies


- Michael Northern ETC Award Winner 2013

Association of Lighting Designers

- Philip & Christine Carne Award Winner 2013

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama


For Neil Austin

Blues in the Night (Kiln Theatre)

The Night of the Iguana (Noël Coward Theatre)

The Hunt (Almeida Theatre)

Bitter Wheat (Garrick Theatre)

The Starry Messenger (Wyndham's Theatre)

INK (Duke of York's Theatre)

For Lee Curran

Nabucco (Opera Berloiz, Montpellier)

The Measures Taken (Royal Opera House & World Tour)

The Grit in the Oyster (Sadler's Wells & UK Tour)

Depart (Site-Specific UK Tour)

Our Big Land (New Wolsey Theatre & UK Tour)

For Jack Knowles

Three Sisters (Almeida Theatre)

Machinal (Almeida Theatre)

Circle Mirror Transformation (HOME, Manchester)

For Tim Deiling

SiX (International)

Amélie (Werk7 Theater, Münich)

Salad Days (Brighton Theatre Royal & UK Tour)


For Christopher Nairne

The Buskers Opera (Park Theatre)

For Douglas Green

Ross & Rachel (Battersea Arts Centre & UK Tour)


For Lee Curran

Imogen (Shakespeare's Globe)

BLAM! (Peacock Theatre)

For Ken Billington

Chicago: The Musical (Théâtre Mogador, Paris)


For Tim Deiling

Miss Atomic Bomb (St. James Theatre)

For Rob Mills

The Biograph Girl / Salad Days (Watermans Theatre)

Oedipus Retold (Tristan Bates Theatre)


"Jamie Platt’s lighting is blisteringly effective, shadows and depth of visual spectrum enhancing deadly

dance that plays out. It is difficult to imagine this play looking or feeling better than it does here."

Stephen Collins on Le Grand Mort

"What is most impressive, visually speaking, is Jamie Platt’s lighting design. His work is extraordinary..."

Debbie Gilpin on Where Do Little Birds Go?


"Similarly exceptional is the lighting design of Jamie Platt..."

Viola Patrick on Where Do Little Birds Go?

"Jamie Platt lights it with comparable high-energy intensity."

Julian Eaves on Mythic

"There's also real elegance too... in the visual impact of Jamie Platt's brilliantly hued lighting..."

Ian Foster on Klippies

"Lighting by Jamie Platt enhances the magic and adds to the alchemy - at points gifting the actors apparent halos of beauty..."

Richard Unwin on Beauty on the Piste