My most recent design projects include lighting shows for Yo-Yo Ma, Natalie Merchant, Mike Birbiglia, Maya Beiser, Miami City Ballet, Eliot Feld, Jonah Bokaer, the Royal Ballet Of Flanders, and others. My company has also done extensive lighting consultation for such clients as Lincoln Center, The Park Avenue Armory, The Lewis Center at Princeton University, and The Shed.
I've designed plays for The Old Globe, The Kennedy Center, Dallas Theater Center, and other major theaters around the country. I have worked extensively in the dance world, and in 2008 I received my second Bessie Award for Jonah Bokaer’s The Invention Of Minus One. I had a long association with Merce Cunningham, designing such pieces as Ground Level Overlay, Windows, and Biped, the lighting for which also won a Bessie.
I received an MFA from the Yale School of Drama where I studied with Jennifer Tipton, Steve Strawbridge, and Ming Cho Lee, and a BA from SUNY-Binghamton where I studied with John Vestal, John Bielenberg, and Sharon Perlmutter.
I've been a freelance theater artist in New York City since 1987 and a member of United Scenic Artists Local #829 since 1999.