Oh, Hello on Broadway

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney (in character as Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland) led each audience full of comedy nerds and theatre dorks through a hilarious evening full of improv, razor sharp sketch comedy, audience interaction, and even some truly touching moments that provide a deeper glimpse into this lifelong friendship. It is not often that a lighting designer gets to write truly funny light cues. This was one of those rare opportunities.

Nikola Tesla Drops the Beat

A misunderstood genius. A rivalry for the ages. An idea that would change the world forever. With a show that revolves around the progression of light and lighting technology of the past, present, and future, the lighting design had an enormous role to play.

The Robber Bridegroom

In this DIY hoedown revival of the quintessential bluegrass musical, the lighting takes us from the warm, inviting, soft, candle-lit party atmosphere of Rodney to the cool, crisp, textured, shadowy woods and everywhere in between.

The Temple Bombing

In 1958, The Temple on Peachtree Street in Atlanta was bombed, presumably to further sow division in the midst of the Civil Rights struggle. Instead, the city came together with a newfound resolve in the face of hatred, paving the way for dramatic social change. This world premiere documentary theatre piece (created in associate with the Tony Award Winning Tectonic Theater Project) explores the people and the stories of that fateful event.


The whale-oil lamps burned bright, filling the Melville Gallery with sea shanties and mythical tales of leviathan haunting forlorn sailors.