AWARDS

2019 Awards

 

Herringbone - Nominated Best Lighting Design for an Independent Production - Sydney Theatre Awards

Coramboy - Nominated Best Lighting Design for an Independent Production - Sydney Theatre Awards

Splinter - Nominated Best Lighting Design for a Main Stage Production - Sydney Theatre Awards

Herringbone - Nominated Best Lighting Design for an Independent Production - Broadway World Regional Awards

 

 

2018 Awards

Metamorphoses - Winner of Best Lighting Design for an Independent Production - Sydney Theatre Awards

2017 Awards

Benjamin Brockman - Top Designers of the year  - Kevin Jackson

Bengal Tiger at Baghdad Zoo - Best Design - Suzy Goes See's

Bengal Tiger at Baghdad Zoo - Best Indi Lighting Design Honourable Mention - Sydney Theatre Awards

Bengal Tiger at Baghdad Zoo - Best Indi Play Honourable Mention - Sydney Theatre Awards

Bengal Tiger at Baghdad Zoo - Nominated Best Lighting Design - Broadway World

Bengal Tiger at Baghdad Zoo - Best Shows of the Year  - Kevin Jackson

Neville's Island - Nominated Best Lighting Design - Broadway World  

The Laden Table - One of Best New Play/Best Shows of the Year  - Kevin Jackson

 

Jatinga - One of Best New Play/Best Shows of the Year - Kevin Jackson

 2015 Awards

Detroit - Best Lighting Design - The Buzz From Sydney

Europe - Nominated for Best Emergeing Designer  - APDG Design Awards

Those Who Fall in Love - Nominated For Best Set Design for a main stage production  - the Errols Tasmania Theatre Awards


 

2014 Awards

 

"Benjamin Brockman, lighting designer for more than a few independent productions"  - Suzy Goes See

"Wittenberg Best Set Design" - Lisa Thatcher 

"It’s no secret from my reviews that I am a huge fan of Ben Brockman’s lighting. The contribution his lighting has made this year to plays such as, Cough, Mr Kolpert, My Name is Truda Vitz, Scenes from an Execution, Wittenberg, Four Dogs and a Bone, Kill the PM, River and November Spawned a Monster cannot be underestimated and particularly when partnered with a director like James Dalton or a designer like Isabella Andronos, his contributions to the theatrical experience move into something more complex, more of an individual creative voice. To watch a play with Ben Brockman lighting in 2014 is to see light as a new character – something for which I was enormously grateful."  - Lisa Thatcher