Projects

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That Poor Dream

The Nightmare


Co-Creator, Production Designer
Created by The Assembly (written collectively)
The New Ohio Theatre (2014)
HERE Arts Center (2014)
CUNY Prelude Festival (2013)

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Up & Away

Taking Flight


Environment Designer / Lead Artist
Created by Trusty Sidekick
Directed by Jonathan Schmidt Chapman
Commissioned by Lincoln Center Education
The Lincoln Center Clark Theater
An immersive theatrical experience for an audience of eight children on the autism spectrum.
(photos by Buatti-Ramos Photography)

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HOLDEN

Chapman and Hinkley


written and directed by Anisa George
New Ohio Theatre (NYC) / FringeArts Theater (Philadelphia)
(photos by plate3.com)

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The Importance of Being Earnest

Eavesdropping (Act 3)


by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Teresa Choate
Kean University

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I Will Look Forward to This Later

Remembering those we lost


Co-Creator, Scenic Deisgner
Created by The Assembly
Text by Kate Benson and Emily Louise Perkins
Workshopped at the New Ohio Ice Factory Festival

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Peter Pan

Ahoy Pirates


Directed by Holly Logue
Kean University
(photos by Rich Kowalski)

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IDIOT

The Prince


Environment Design
created by Kristin Marting and Robert Lyons
New Ohio Ice Factory Festival (Workshop 2015)
HERE Arts Center (Premiere 2016)

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home/sick



Co-Creator, Environmental designer
Created by The Assembly (written collectively)
The Collapsable Hole 2011
undergroundzero Festival 2012
The Living Theatre 2012 *
Disgusted by the Vietnam War and the government’s repression of those seeking equality domestically, a handful of leaders from the 1960s student movement seized control of Students for a Democratic Society and reshaped it in the name of overthrowing the United States government. Believing violence to be the only means to a true and lasting peace, these passionate idealists accelerated a movement to its fervor, but left a country behind.
New York Times CRITICS’ PICK
* Includes images from The Assembly’s “flashlight” performance during the blackout following Hurricane Sandy. All proceeds benefitted storm relief.

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so go the ghosts of méxico, part 1



by Matthew Paul Olmos
directed by Meiyin Wang
produced by La Mama E.T.C.
selected by Sam Shepard as part of the inaugural Ellen Stewart Award
This play reimagines the true story of Marisol Valles Garcia, “the bravest woman in Mexico”, and the recognition she received at 20 years old, when she was the only person willing to serve as police chief of her border-town in Mexico. As she confronts the drug lords, and the ghosts of her decapitated predecessor, an inexplicable music keeps growing around her.
New York Times CRITICS’ PICK

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Blackbird



Installation design
directed by Nathan Shreeve
written by Lucia Cox
Held in a basement for 16 years, a young woman looks back on her life, and the life of her captor. At least she thinks it is her life. She thinks it’s his.

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GOODBAR



Environmental designer
Created by Waterwell & Bambi
Directed by Arian Moayed & Tom Ridgely
The Public Theater – Under the Radar Festival
The dark 70s story from Looking for Mr. Goodbar, told as a glam-punk concept album for the stage. The space, an immersive bar inside Theresa’s scarred mind, doubled as the Under the Radar Festival’s Lounge.

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Here We Are



Environmental designer
created by the Living Theatre
written and directed by Judith Malina
We visit the anarchist collectives of France, Spain, and The Ukraine from the 19th and 20th Centuries, and find ourselves transported to an immersive and participatory underground outdoor/indoor crossroads of the present moment. Created by the legendary founder of the Living Theatre, Judith Malina.

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And Then There Were None



Environmental designer
by Agatha Christie
Directed by Casey McClellan
Professional Performing Arts School
An avant-garde middle school production of the Agatha Christie’s masterpiece. Set inside the world of the “Ten Little Soldier Boys” nursery rhyme.

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Phaedra’s Love



Co-Creator, Environmental designer
by Sarah Kane
Directed by Marina McClure
Hippolytus, disgusted with a kingdom brimming with consumption, distraction, and greed, makes a mission out of revealing to the public its own hypocrisy. His sacrifice brings down the entire kingdom with him, offering a fresh start. A deeply collaborative process infused generosity into an otherwise nihilistic experience. The show, and the space, were an offering to our audience.

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On The Frontier



Directed by Lars Jan
Center for New Performance
CalArts Modular Theater

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The Scariest



Co-Creator, Writer, Performer, Scene Designer
Created by The Orchard Project Core Company
Directed by Andrew Kelsey and Jake Jeppson

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We Can’t Reach You, Hartford



Co-Creator, Scene Designer
Created by The Assembly
Written by Stephen Aubrey and Jess Chayes
Directed by Jess Chayes
Wesleyan University

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Big Love



Co-Creator, Scene Designer
Directed by David Jaffe
Wesleyan University

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The City



Scenic Design
by Martin Crimp (US Premier)
Directed by Matthew McCray
with Son of Semele in Los Angeles
WINNER: LA Weekly Set Design Award

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Clementine and the Cyber Ducks



Co-Creator, Scene Designer
Created by The Assembly
Written by Krista Knight
The Ontological-Hysteric Theater
In the wake of an economic crisis that has sent the world reeling, The Assembly brings you a play that interrogates capitalism, desire, and the American Dream. Clementine and the Cyber Ducks is a dark comedic riff on the classic folk song set in California simultaneously during the 1849 Gold Rush and the 1990s dot.com bubble.

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Daguerreotype



Co-Creator, Scene Designer
Created by The Assembly
Written by Stephen Aubrey
Directed by Jess Chayes
The Abingdon Theater

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Electra



Scene Designer
Directed by Mike James
’92 Theater
Wesleyan University

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Cloud Nine


by Caryl Churchill
Theoretical Model

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Eurydice



by Sarah Ruhl
Theoretical Model