Jennifer Jimenez

Jennifer Jimenez

Jennifer Jimenez's lighting design credits include: The President (Shaw Festival), Judith Thompson’s Body and Soul (VANOC 2010), Seasons of Immigration (MT Space), My Name is Rachel Corrie, To The Ends of the Earth, and resident lighting designer (Tottering Biped Theatre) UK lighting design/devised credits include: Virus Circus (Circus Space), Triptych (Woodenhead Productions and Bath International Puppetry Festival), Infusion (Fiasco tv), and Headstone (Arcola Theatre). Assistant Design credits include: Le Projet Anderson and The Buskers Opera (ExMachina), Africa Trilogy (Volcano Theatre), and various with the Shaw Festival.

Jennifer is a co-founder of Aiding Dramatic Change in Development (www.adcid.org), an NGO using applied theatre for community dialogue/sustainable development and has facilitated workshops in England, South Africa, and Austria. She has a BFA in Theatre Production and Design, a BEd from York University, an MA in Devised Theatre from the Central School of Speech and Drama, UK, and is the recipient of a Chalmers Award.