Neamh Campbell BA (Hons) Production Arts (Stage and Screen)

Neamh Campbell

Néamh Campbell (she/her)

BA (Hons) Production Arts (Stage and Screen) for Theatre, Film and Television

Néamh has specialised in Props and Puppetry. She enjoys making props and puppets for theatre and film, turning new and imaginative ideas into reality.

She is now continuing her passion at the RSC as a prop maker.

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Macbeth Witches Scold Masks

Macbeth at The Weston Studio
Director Ng Choon Ping
Designer Choy-Ping Clarke-Ng

A mix of Ali flat bar and leather to construct this Scolds mask. The idea stemmed from the way women were punished for witchcraft. The finish is a mix of shellac, and black button polish.

Photography credit Craig Fuller

Sammy and the Sea Morgan Puppets

Sammy and the Seamogans
Director Liz Felton
Designer Fiona Mckeon

A devised piece streamed to schools following a kid on an adventure with an old seadog. Two puppets made to represent Sammy and Seadog when they encounter giants. The puppets made from found items following the theme of Bristol harbour.

Photography credit Ed Felton

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot Set

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
Director Nik Partridge
Designer Hugo Dodsworth

A mirrored Perspex set to compliment the lighting design. Built from timber frames and aged using a mix of button polishes and stains.

Photography credit Craig Fuller

I’m constantly delighted by the talent, commitment and drive of our students. Their curiosity and joy in the work gives us all energy and keeps me on my toes! Carol Fairlamb, Head of Voice