Professor, Head of Stage Design
International work has taken him around the world with stops in Berlin, Moscow, London, Prague, Taipei, Budapest, Amsterdam, Madrid and beyond. His work has been seen at many of the world's national theaters, the Olympics, and international festivals, including a successful production at the Festival de L’Imaginaire in Paris.
In New York City his lighting has been seen at Lincoln Center, Juilliard, Theatre for a New Audience, Riverside, York Theatre, Ohio Theatre, the Guggenheim Museum and the Joyce Theatre.
In dance he is a frequent designer for the Jose Limon Dance Company, having begun that relationship in 1988. Since then his work with the company has been seen in their New York, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles seasons. He is a guest designer for the Compania Nacional de Danza. His designs include works by Alwin Nikolais, John Cranko, Garth Fagen, Donald McKayle and Carlos Orta.
Regionally his designs have been seen at The Shakespeare Theatre (D.C.), The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Jacobs Pillow, the Los Angeles Music Center, American Dance Festival, Dallas Theater Center, Undermain Theatre, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, TheatreVirginia, Heritage Rep, Sage Theatre, Kitchen Dog Theater, Utah Festival Opera, and the Spoleto Festival.
His television work includes PBS broadcasts of Evangeline, Lewis and Clark-Passages, Rigoletto, Heartbeats: The Dances of Donald McKayle, Susannah, conducted by composer Carlisle Floyd, and Lucia de Lammermoor with Roberta Peters. Additional television credits include the BBC, ESPN, MTV, VH-1, Showtime and NBC.