Lana Palmer

Lecturer: Sound Design

Lana Palmer is a Canadian-born, San Francisco-based artist working in theatre, film, and music. As a sound designer and composer, she is proud to have worked with many leading theatre companies in the Bay Area and throughout North America. Her recent credits include Josephine’s Feast (Magic Theatre/World Premiere), Hurricane Diane (Aurora Theatre), The Confessions of Lily Dare and Locusts Have No King (NCTC),  Man of God (Shotgun Players), and In Love and Warcraft (American Conservatory Theatre/Perseverance Theatre). Her music is heard on over 100 television shows airing worldwide. She is also producer and co-artistic director of Bread & Butter Theatre, where her credits include Red, The North Pool, Funeral Game, and Skylight.

She holds an M.B.A. (Queen Mary University of London), B.F.A. in Film Production and B.A. in Film Studies  (University of Regina), and a Graduate Certificate in Audio Post-Production from Fanshawe College. Lana is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and the Dramatists Guild.