Jon Driscoll studied Cinematography at the National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield and Theatre Design at Croydon College of Art.
For Headlong: The Effect, ENRON (Olivier Award nomination) and Earthquakes in London.
Designs for theatre include: The Last of the Haussmans, Travelling Light, Nation, The Power of Yes, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Observer, Gethsemane, Her Naked Skin, Fram, A Matter of Life and Death and The Reporter (National); Finding Neverland (Curve, Leicester); Separate Tables and The Last Cigarette (Chichester); Richard III, The Prisoner of Second Avenue and Complicit (Old Vic); Brief Encounter (Kneehigh; Obie Award and Olivier Award nomination for Best Design); The Lightning Play and Whistling Psyche (Almeida); and Frost/Nixon (Donmar).
West End designs include: Ghost the Musical (also Broadway; Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations), The Wizard of Oz, Love Never Dies, Dirty Dancing, On the Third Day, Glorious, When Harry Met Sally, Our House, Up for Grabs and Dance of Death.
Dance designs include: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (The Royal Ballet) which received an Olivier nomination.
Events designs include: The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall and Secret Cinema’s Blade Runner.