I approach my designs for live theater with an aim to enhance, not overwhelm, the scenographic whole. The creation of a cohesive effect in collaboration with the director and design team is my highest priority.

My theater designs utilize a mixture of my own still photography, live and prerecorded video, and custom motion graphics.

Click on any of the links to the left to see production photos.


Merrily 10
Merrily We Roll Along by Stephen Sondheim
Produced by The Boston Conservatory
DIrected by Paul Daigneault
Two 7,000 lumen LCD, imagery tracked to moving scenery













Central Park Prod Photo Web
Kurt Vonnegut’s “Make Up Your Mind” by Kurt Vonnegut
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Cliff Fannin Baker
Three 10,000 lumen LCD and two 7,000 lumen LCD
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5
Media content included numerous Photoshop composites and handcut stopmotion animations.










OTT 6
On The Town by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green
Produced by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston
Directed by Spiro Veloudos
One 10,000 lumen LCD, one 5000 lumen LCD and two 5000 lumen DLP, image mapped to irregular scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5











Dutch 4
The Flying Dutchman by Richard Wagner
Produced by the Boston Lyric Opera
Directed by Michael Cavanagh
Two Christie HD10K-M 10,000 lumen DLP, edge blended
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5











BtB 18
Beyond The Boundaries
Produced by Brandeis Theater Company
Directed and Choreographed by Susan Dibble
Original Sculptures by Tory Fair
Christie LX-1000 10,000 lumen LCD controlled by Dataton Watchout 5










NtN 5
Next To Normal by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Paul Daigneault
Two 7000 lumen LCD and two 5000 lumen DLP, edge blended and image mapped to irregular scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5










Twilight LA 10
Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 by Anna Deveare Smith
Produced by Emerson Stage
Directed by Benny Sato Ambush
Equipment: (2) 10,000 lumen LCD, (1) 6500 lumen LCD, (2) High End DL-2 Moving Head Projector, (11) Television
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5
Media content included original news footage and research, graphic title screens








BigRiverWeb 8
Big River by Roger Miller and William Hauptman
Produced by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston
Directed by Spiro Veloudos
One 10,000 lumen LCD and two 5000 lumen DLP projectors
Controlled by Dataton Watchout 5
Media content included extensive custom video footage










EducatingRita 7
Educating Rita by Willy Russell
Produced by The Huntington Theatre Company
Directed by Maria Aitken
Two 10,000 lumen LCD projectors image blended to cover rear-projected backdrop utilizing first-surface mirrors
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included custom Photoshop composites and original photography








Nine 17
Nine by Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Paul Daigneault
One 10,000 lumen LCD and two 6500 lumen LCD projectors covering a 9’high x 42’ long rear projection screen with limited backstage space
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included many Photoshop composites and motion graphics








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Striking 12 by Brendan Milburn, Rachel Sheinkin, and Valeria Vigoda
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Scott Sinclair
Three 4000-5000 lumen projectors mapped to irregular surfaces
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included extensive motion graphics and original photography








LUTS Web 11
Light Up The Sky by Moss Hart
Produced by Emerson Stage
Directed by Melia Bensussen
Associate Director Benny Ambush
Two 10000 lumen LCD projectors image blended
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included Photoshop composites, motion graphics and a short film









TPO 15
The Threepenny Opera by Bertholt Brecht and Kurt Weill
Produced by the Boston College Theatre Department
Directed by Stuart Hecht

One 12000 lumen LCD projector mapped to moving scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included live camera feed, numerous Photoshop composites and Brechtian title screens









Godspell Web 14
Godspell by Stephen Schwartz
Produced by the Gordon College Theatre Arts Department
Directed by Jeffrey Miller

One pair of 5000 lumen DLP and one pair of 5500 lumen DLP projectors image warped and mapped to curved front surface
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included live camera feed, original photography, and custom motion graphics







Rent web 26
Rent by Jonathan Larson
Produced by The Boston Conservatory at Midway Studios
Directed by Paul Daigneault

Two 5000 lumen DLP projectors and one 4500 lumen LCD projector mapped to scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included extensive live camera feed, original photography, custom motion graphics, and a short film






TOSWeb 5
[title of show] by Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Paul Daigneault

Two 5000 lumen DLP projectors mapped to scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included custom motion graphics from After Effects, Photoshop captioning and composites, Illustrator graphics







JS Web 19
Jerry Springer : The Opera by Stewart Lee and Richard Thomas
Produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Directed by Paul Daigneault

Three 4000-5000 lumen DLP projectors mapped to scenery
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included live camera feeds, pre-recorded videos, custom motion graphics from After Effects and particleIllusion, Photoshop captioning and composites















Hecuba057
Hecuba by Euripides
Produced by the Brandeis Theater Company
Directed by Eric Hill

Two 5000 lumen DLP projectors, image-blended to create 32'W x 14'H backdrop
Controlled by Dataton Watchout system
Media content included extensive Photoshop composites and subtle After Effects motion graphics to create abstract backgrounds






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As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Produced by the Brandeis Theater Company
Directed by Adrianne Krstansky

Two 5000 lumen DLP projectors mapped to curved side screens
Two double-stacked 5000 lumen LCD projectors on central screen
Media content included live camera feeds, pre-recorded video montages, custom motion graphics, and extensive Photoshop composites