Marie-Hélène Pinon received the 2009 Molière Award for Best Lighting Design for Le Diable Rouge by Antoine Rault, directed by Christophe Lidon, scenography by Catherine Bluwal at the Théâtre Montparnasse. She created her first lighting designs in 1991 and over 100 creations later her résumé includes theatre, opera, dance, music and contemporary circus including The Magic Flute by Mozart, directed by Laura Scozzi, Nuremberg and Bordeaux operas, Tous les Algériens sont des mécaniciens, by and for Fellag and Marianne Epin, Théâtre du Rond-Point, Antigone by Sophocles directed by Elise Chatauret, Centre Culturel J.Houdremont la Courneuve, as well as Bye Bye Prospero, the graduation performance of the class of CNAC (14th year). Since 1999, she has done the lighting design for the operas performed by the undergraduates at CREA and since 2010 she is in charge of CFPTS training. Some of her current projects include La Visite de la Vieille Dame by Frederich Dürrenmatt directed by C. Lidon, CADO-Comédie Française, and Pierre et le Loup with 18 jazz musicians and Denis Podalydès reciting, Salle Gaveau.
Awards: Molière Award for Best Lighting Design 2009 for Le Diable Rouge by Antoine Rault, directed by Christophe Lidon, scenography by Catherine Bluwal at the Théâtre Montparnasse.
Marie-Hélène Pinon is the Lighting Designer of Fishbowl.