I am a freelance lighting technican, currently studing Creative Lighting Control at Rose Bruford College. I am developing my skills in both lighting & video through my work experience in a variety of environments. My perfectionist nature makes me well-organised, thorough and gives me an eye for detail. I aspire to create unforgettable audience experiences through on-stage video and lighting design.

TWT Conference 2017

"As chief light engineer for TWT 2017 Morgan Evans played a central role in transforming a disused nightclub, into a venue fit to accommodate thousands of attendees, hundreds of well-known speakers (including Ken Loach and Jeremy Corbyn) as well as the national and international press and all the major broadcasters. One of most successful aspects of the festival was the two club nights, which included acts such as MOBO winner Soweto Kinch and the legendary DJ collective Horse Meat Disco - Morgan's lighting played a massive part in the success of these nights, creating an exciting space and atmosphere, commended by dancers, performers and the venue owners. Throughout the planning, preparation and event itself Morgan was incredibly professional, both in his attitude and execution, and a real pleasure to work with. His ability to remain calm and focused amidst the intense pressure of organising a national political festival... continue reading
Charlie Clarke - Organiser, The World Transformed
“Morgan is a delight to work with. I had the pleasure of managing him at The World Transformed, where he was responsible for designing the lighting across multiple performance venues. Morgan’s dedication of time and his work ethic were impressive – I can’t recommend him highly enough.”
Anastasia Palikeras - Head of Tech, The World Transformed
  • Festival
  • Dance
  • Musicals
  • Opera
  • Plays
  • Projection / Video Design
  • Workshops
  • Training
Contact method Details
Mobile phone 07805637948
Email address morgan@morgantevans.com
Website morgantevans.com

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