Sinéad Wallace graduated from Trinity College in 2004 where she studied Drama and Theatre and was a founding member of Randolf SD | The Company.
Sinéad’s previously designed lighting for productions by the Gate Theatre, the Abbey Theatre, Randolf SD | The Company, Bedrock Productions, Landmark Productions, Rough Magic Theatre Company, Djinn/Cork Midsummer Festival, Little John Nee, Hatch Theatre, TEAM Theatre and lighting and set design on The Marriage of Figaro (Royal Irish Academy of Music). Lighting designs for dance include productions by junk ensemble, Fearghus Ó Conchúir, Rex Levitates (now Liz Roche Company) and Ciotóg Dance.
- Best Lighting Design, Irish Times Theatre Award 2010 for "Happy Days" (The Corn Exchange)
- Best Lighting Design, Irish Times Theatre Award 2009 for "Knives in Hens" (Landmark Productions)
- Best Lighting Design, Irish Times Theatre Awards 2007 for "Saved" (Bedrock Productions) and "Don Carlos" (Rough Magic Theatre Company)