BRYNNA LOWEN is a set and costume designer and maker, interested in creating colourful, comedic environments for both live performance and screen. Brynna is based on unceeded Wurundjeri land in Naarm (Melbourne, Australia).

Graduating from The Victorian College of the Arts in 2016 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Production: Design Realisation), Brynna received the Lionel Gell Foundation Scholarship for excellence in theatre.

Brynna has completed work with a variety of Australian creatives including Exile Entertainment, Pork Store Productions, The Ilbijerri Theatre Company, Tasmania Performs, Hot Mess Productions, The Guerrilla Museum, Lyric Opera Melbourne, Weave Movement Theatre and directors Declan Greene and Katy Maudlin. In 2020 Brynna was selected to take part in the Melbourne Theatre Company's Women in Theatre Program.

In 2022 Brynna designed costumes for her first feature film Time Addicts, a sci-fi thriller written and directed by Sam Odlum, produced by Exile Entertainment, to be premiered later in 2023. This has kick started her foray in design for long form.

Brynna received a Green Room Award Nomination for her Set and Costume Design for Iphis, directed by Katy Maudlin, 2022. 

After gaining incredible experience as a wardrobe technician at Arts Centre Melbourne for a number of years, Brynna has recently been appointed the role of Wardrobe Supervisor.

Brynna is also one third of the Design Collective, NoMe Studio with Joseph Noonan and Moya O'Brien. A collaborative design house focused on Set, Costume, Objects and Installations founded in 2020. 

I acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land where I live and work, the Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nations. I pay my respects to elders both past, present and emerging and acknowledge that sovereignty on this land was never ceded.

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