The resonance of language and story of space sparked my professional career as a production designer from the start and has informed all my work since. I designed over 50 live theater productions from regional theaters and summer festivals to Broadway on and off between 1996 and 2010. Notable projects included the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price (James Naughton, Director), The Merchant of Venice (DCTC, Anthony Powell, Director), and The Last Goodbye (WTF, Michael Kimmel, Director).
Anchored by degrees in the History of Art & Architecture (Brown University, BA) and Theater Design (Brandeis University, MFA) my work in theater fueled my transitions into the industries of fashion and retail, lifestyle and hospitality, and arts and entertainment. From culture to commerce, I believe in the power of visual storytelling to connect, provoke and inspire. I am inspired by visionaries, outliers and misfits in architecture, design and technology. I believe in wonder and delight - in spaces that unfold and stories that reveal themselves through engagement and discovery. I create images, moments, spaces and experiences.