Verity is set and costume designer for theatre, dance and installation. Graduating from Nottingham Trent in 2007, she has gone on to work 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.


Verity is currently designing Let Kilburn Shake and Contact (Kiln Theatre, Mapping Brent), Youthquake (Zest Theatre) and Victoria: A Royal Childhood (Historic Royal Palaces)


Recent design credits include: Big Up! (Theatre-Rites & 20 Stories High); Muckers (The Egg); Don't Forget The Birds (Open Clasp); Masterpieces (Finborough Theatre); Off the Grid (Half Moon Theatre); Polstead (Eastern Angles); 3 Winters (RADA); Chocolate Cake (Polka Theatre); 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)


Laika won Best Production for Young People Aged 8+ and What Once Was Ours won Best Production for Young People Aged 13+  at the Off West End Awards 2018.


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.