I trained in Lighting Design at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. I enjoy collaborative theatre making processes, and I'm especially interested in working on devised and new works.
Although I trained in theatre, I also have a keen interest in developing my own art installations based around light, and I'm especially interested in exploring the interaction between art and audiences. I am currently studying on the new MArch Design for Performance and Interaction program at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture.
In 2016, I received the Francis Reid Award from the Association of Lighting Designers for my designs on Wuthering Heights and Hamlet. What the judges said were: From the outset, Sana’s concise presentation impressed the panel, with clear concepts and ideas throughout. Sana’s good research, along with her bold use of angles and colour choices caught our judges attention and clearly achieved impressive results.