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After training at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Wayne began his design career at Contact Theatre, Manchester.

He later joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, where he was Lighting Supervisor for the Swan Theatre until its closure for refurbishment in 2007.

Since then Wayne has continued his career as a freelance Lighting Designer, both in the UK and overseas.

He received Olivier Award nominations for Edward II at The Pit, Tamburlaine the Great at the Barbican and Medea at Wyndham's Theatre.