Mason is a descendant of the Darug people and an award-winning creative director, designer and producer working across theatre, film, television, and live events. Mason has produced, designed and directed experiential events across Australia and the USA for Australia’s premier production houses.
Mason won a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Costume Design of an Independent Production for AMERICAN PSYCHO. He received a further 3 nominations for Best Costume Design at the Sydney Theatre Awards including for: SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, RUTHLESS!, and CRY-BABY. His work with youth theatre company Tantrum Theatre brought to life devised works RIOT!, POWERFORCE LIVE and SAVAGE NAKED LOVE directed by Leticia Caceres.
Design for theatre includes costume design on: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, AMERICAN PSYCHO, and CRY-BABY directed by Alex Berlage which premiered at Hayes Theatre Co with AMERICAN PSYCHO and CRY-BABY having return seasons at Sydney Opera House and touring in 2021; set design for NOSFERATUTU directed by Sheridan Harbridge (Critical Stages), set and costume design for DARLINGHURST NIGHTS directed by Lee Lewis (Hayes Theatre Co), SUMMER RAIN (New Theatre), RUTHLESS! (The Theatre Division) and THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST (Seymour Centre). In television, he was associate designer on Endemol Shine’s BIG BROTHER and READY STEADY COOK.
Mason has produced, designed and directed events across Australia and the USA with clients including Netflix, Audi, Vodka O, Mercedes-Benz, Australian Fashion Week, Stereosonic, Beyond The Valley & Lost Paradise Music Festivals, Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Sydney Dance Company, Opera Australia and Woodford Folk Festival. He is the Co-Founder of Gaytimes, Australia’s premier LGBTIQ Music Festival. With an eye for style details Mason has honed his skill as a creative director and stylist on music videos and fashion editorial for Red Riders, Dappled Cities Fly, Lisa Mitchell, Abby Dobson, Marcia Hines and publications Yen, Instyle, Culture, Oyster, The Vine and Vogue Brides Australia.
Mason holds a Bachelor of Dramatic Art in Design from NIDA and is currently undertaking a Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership, also at NIDA.