Lighting Design

Some articles on design, lighting design, designs, lighting:

Paradise Lost: Shadows And Wings - Awards and Nominations
... Paradise Lost received 10 LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards Nominations, including Costume Design in an Intimate Theater Soojin Lee Sound Design in an Intimate Theater Martin Carrillo Lighting Design in an Intimate ... Martin Carrillo and Steven Young both received the Ovation award for their designs in the Intimate theater category ... awarded the 2008 Los Angeles Garland Award for Lighting Design and Sound Design Respectively ...
Donald Holder - Awards and Nominations
... Juan Darien (1997) - Tony and Drama Desk Award Nominee, Best Lighting Design The Lion King (1998) - Tony and Drama Desk Award Winner, Best Lighting Design Movin' Out (2003) - Tony and Drama ...
Rogier Van Der Heide - 2004–2010: Arup
... He was also Arup's Global Leader of the lighting design business ... der Heide was the first European designer to receive International Association of Lighting Designer's Radiance Award, the most prestigious accolade in the industry ... For his Louis Vuitton work, he received the International Lighting Design Award of Excellence in 2006 ...
Christopher Akerlind
... May 1, 1962, in Hartford, Connecticut) is an American lighting designer for theatre, opera, and dance ... He won the Tony Award for Best Lighting Design and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design for Light in the Piazza and an Obie Award for sustained excellence for his work Off-Broadway ... He was Head of Lighting Design and Director of the Design Production Programs at the CalArts School of Theater ...
A Tale Of Two Cities (musical) - Awards and Nominations
... Kessel Outstanding Lighting Design in a Musical (Nomination) - Richard Pilbrow Outer Critics Circle Award (2009) Outstanding New Musical (Nomination) Outstanding Actor in a Musical (Nomination ... Kessel Best Scenic Design (Nomination) - Tony Walton (Runner-Up) ...

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