SINÉAD WALLACE is an award winning Lighting Designer based in Ireland. She has has worked as lighting designer with many of the major Irish Theatre companies and in theatres across Ireland over the last 20 years.

Sinéad graduated from Trinity College in 2004 where she studied Drama and Theatre Studies. 

She has received Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Lighting on three occasions in 2010 for Happy Days (Corn Exchange), in 2009 for Knives in Hens (Landmark) and in 2007 for Saved (Abbey Theatre) and Don Carlos (Rough Magic).

Sinéad's recent lighting designs include Least Like The Other (Irish National Opera), Annwyl (National Dance Company of Wales), The Fall of the Second Republic (Abbey Theatre/Corn Exchange), The Haircut (The Ark),

Other Theatre, Dance and Opera credits include - The Patient Gloria (PanPan/ Abbey Theatre), The Country Girls, Anna Karenina, Oedipus, By the Bog of Cats, Christ Deliver Us, La Dispute, The Seafarer (Abbey Theatre), Danse Morob (The Emergency Room) & The Barber of Seville (Wide Open Opera), Rigoletto (Opera Theatre Company), The Seagull, A Girl is a Half-formed Thing (Corn Exchange), A Tender Thing (Siren Productions), Wrongheaded [original production], Body and Forgetting, Fast Portraits, 12 Minute Dances (Liz Roche Dance Co.), and Miss Julie (Landmark Productions).

Sinéad is resident Lighting Designer at The Lir Academy where she leads the Lighting Design programme on the Masters in Stage Design.