Verity is set and costume designer for theatre, dance and installation. Since graduating from Nottingham Trent in 2007, she has worked with a broad range of companies and artists and has designed extensively for theatre for young audiences and new writing.
Her work is irreverent, meticulous and transformative.
Recent design credits include: What Once Was Ours (Zest Theatre & Half Moon Theatre); The Borrowers (Polka Theatre); How to Win Against History Tour 2017 (Seiriol Davies & Aine Flanagan Productions); Vinegar Tom (RADA); Getting Dressed (Second Hand Dance); Baby Show, Laika, Septimus Bean and His Amazing Machine; Once Upon A Christmas; The Fourth Wise Man, Seesaw, When I Think About the Universe I Laugh For No Reason and Dora (Unicorn Theatre); Dame Nature (Tim Bell & Havoc Theatre); How To Win Against History (Aine Flanagan Productions); Under the Rainbow (Polka Theatre); Holy Mackerel (Eastern Angles); Beasty Baby (Theatre-Rites & Polka Theatre); Alpha Beta (Finborough Theatre); Free (Half Moon Theatre); Blue Boy (New Writing North & Northern Stage); Apples (Company of Angels & Northern Stage); The Girls from Poppyfield Close (Live Theatre); Heartbreak Soup (The Empty Space & Laura Lindow)
Verity was nominated for Best Set Design for Alpha Beta & Best Ensemble Production for Septimus Bean and His Amazing Machine in Off West End Theatre Awards 2016. Verity was delighted to have been shortlisted for Old Vic 12 2017.