The making of Bjork's Wanderlust video, Matthew Barney Studios, NYC
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Upcoming shows inlcude: Immediate Family, directed by Phylicia Rashad (The Mark Taper Forum, Center Theatre Group), Bad Jews (The Geffen Playhouse), Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up (The Kirk Douglas Theatre, Center Theatre Group)
Past design credits and awards include A Raisin in the Sun, directed by Phylicia Rashad (The Kirk Douglas Theatre, Center Theatre Group, 2011 Ovation Award Nominee for Best Lighting Design, 2012 NAACP Theatre Award Nominee for Best Lighting Design), Play Dead (directed by Teller, 2014 Ovation Award Nominee for Best Lighting), Wait Until Dark, and Good People (The Geffen Playhouse, 2012 Ovation Award Nominee for Best Lighting Design), Reunion, tokyo fish story, and Venus in Fur (South Coast Repertory Theatre), The Twentieth-Century Way and Stupid Fucking Bird (The Theatre @ Boston Court, 2010 and 2014 Ovation Award Nominee for Best Lighting Design), Crescent City (The Industry), and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Family Guy Live (Gibson Amphitheater).
Fine art consultations include Five Sisters by If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want to be Part of Your Revolution at LACMA and Spectral Analysis, 1977/2010, by William Leavitt at Greene Naftali, NYC. Commercial lighting projects include events for Microsoft, On-Live, Comedy Central, Ubisoft and Universal Studios. Architectural projects include The Morbid Anatomy Museum (Brooklyn, NY) and various restaurant, retail and nightclub projects with Focus Lighting, NYC.
Elizabeth is a guest lighting design instructor at California Institute of the Arts. She holds an MFA in Design for Stage and Film from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Her design work and sketches were selected for display at the 2011 Prague Quadrennial and were part of an exhibit showcasing the work of emerging American designers. She is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829.
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