Ric is a Partner and ARB registered architect and has been with STUFISH since 2006.
A show-maker who has been passionately involved with theatre and live events from a young age. This love for creating temporary spaces led him to study architecture at the Bartlett, UCL. Through years of working with productions, he has honed skills across the creative and technical spectrum. His understanding of the demands, opportunities and techniques of live performance makes him a uniquely qualified collaborator.
Over the last 14 years at STUFISH, Ric has led and contributed to a plethora of shows, from global tours to one-off spectacles around the world. Key projects include the Delhi Commonwealth Games (2010), Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way Ball’ (2012), Madonna’s Tours (2012-20), Really Useful Group’s ‘Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Tour’ (2012), Michael Bublé’s Tours (2013-20), Elton John’s ‘Diving Board Tour’ (2013), ‘We Will Rock You’ productions (2012-20), ‘Monty Python Live – One Down Five To Go’ (2014), Queen + Adam Lambert Tours (2014-20), U2’s Tours (2015-2019), Balich Worldwide Shows ‘Mother of the Nation’ (2016), ‘AIMAG’ Ashgabat (2017), ‘Giudizio Universale’ (2018), Jeff Wayne’s ‘The War of The Worlds’, West End (2016). MTV ‘Video Music Awards’ (2017), Helene Fischer’s Tours (2015-17), Emmy Nominated ‘Homecoming’ by Beyoncé at Coachella (2018), Beyoncé and Jay-Z ‘OTRII Tour” (2018), Mumford & Sons ‘Delta Tour’ (2018-19), Global Citizen Festival ‘Mandela 100’ (2018).
Ric’s design and production experience equips him with a vision to conceive and deliver the finest holistic productions from initial design meetings to the first performance. His approach to designing for entertainment, from modest to world-class, is focused on the relationship of the performer to the audience, their experience and their memories.