Film and theater collide.
Visuals for the show included cutout animations in the style of Terry Gilliam, cutout-animated
backdrops, and illustrations manipulated in real-time and live-mixed for the show.
Prod. Janie Dickerson / Dir. Christopher Anselmo
Collaborated on the video design of several elements of Northwestern University Theater Department's
of Green Day's American Idiot. I helped shoot, edit, and color three video sequences for the
show – a big box store commercial, a faux tourism video, and an introductory sequence for the
character Favorite Son.
Dir. Lili-Anne Brown / Proj. Design Michael Stanfill
Tommy (Spring 2015)
10 independently-mapped screens run via Resolume Arena. Powered by a 10K Panasonic projector and a
short-throw lens. Live-mixed visual performance, featuring footage shot for the play, as well as a mix of After-Effects generated
images and archival footage.
Watch an excerpt from "Pinball Wizard"
Prod. Claire Huntington / Dir. Hannah Fisher
(Photos by Justin Barbin)
We turned the back wall of a motel room set into a giant screen, which was used for transitions that
illustrated each character's
mental state. 5K short-throw Mitsubishi projector. Cued in Resolume Arena. Visuals created in
collaboration with Jack Foster and Alex Waldman.
Prod. Grace Kennedy / Dir. Isabella Mehiel
2 TVs powered by Resolume Arena. One TV represented a motel room window, while the other appears as
a painting over a motel
room bed. The major visual components were animated backdrops for the window, (which grew more
unsettling as the production progressed), pre-recorded video cues for different parts of the
show, and a processed live-video stream from a camera on set for the end of the show.
Prod. Brandon Nadig / Dir. Aaron Simon Gross
Six cast-off standard-definition televisions were wired into the set to create a junkheap look.
Televisions were operated via Resolume Arena, and visuals were live-mixed, making use of both original visual designs and
60s-era footage. My first projection/visual design!
Prod. Brandon Nadig and Aurora Real De Asua / Dir. Anjali Nath