TIN SHED is a creative workshop in Hampshire, combining design, scenery construction, a cnc routing service and bespoke carpentry. James Lewis has worked on a wide variety of projects and brings technical knowledge and creative flair to all his work
Rebecca graduated from the University of Wales in 2004 with a First Class BA Joint Honours degree in Theatre Design and Production and Theatre Studies. She now works as a Set Designer, Scenic Artist, and Drama Practitioner.
Rebecca especially enjoys her work with children. Her main objective is to develop children’s creativity, confidence and curiosity in the world around them through imaginative environments, compelling narrative and exciting educational projects often lead by the children’s own ideas.
She has designed many shows that TIN SHED scenery have built and has lead the scenic art on numerous projects. Rebecca has worked for many theatres, art centres and theatre companies across the south including Strange Face, Plested and Brown, Niki McCretton, Proteus, The Farnham Maltings, The Nuffield Theatre Southampton, The Corn Exchange Newbury, Winchester Theatre Royal, The Watermill Theatre Newbury and has worked regularly for arts education companies including Bigfoot Arts Education and Creative Partnerships.
James is Rebecca’s husband and they have a truly amazing daughter called Amberly.