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Aaron is a cofounder of TheatreDNA Creative and creative designer who’s collection of work runs the gamut of disciplines from lighting design for dance, theatre, and opera, to production design and art direction for television, to large-scale architectural and thematic design for leading family amusement parks.

As a lighting designer, his credits range from industrials, to the New York stage to regional theatres to international opera companies.  Selected credits include productions at:

  • The Royal Opera House

  • New York City Opera

  • Portland Opera

  • Glimmerglass Opera

  • Opera Montreal

  • Canadian Opera Company

  • Duke On 42nd Street

  • Theater Row Studios

  • Classical Theatre Of Harlem

  • 42nd Street Theatres

  • Carnegie Hall

  • Chicago Opera Theater

  • ​Baltimore CenterStage

  • American Repertory Theater

  • The Repertory Theater of St. Louis

  • Pittsburgh Public Playhouse

  • The Folger Shakespeare Library

  • The Los Angeles Philharmonic

  • Spoleto Festival U.S.A.

  • Opera Bilbao

  • Boston Lyric Opera

  • Gothenburg Opera In Sweden

  • Royal Danish Opera

  • The Teatro Nacional De São Carlos, Lisbon

 

In themed architecture his designs have been experienced by millions of people each year who have visited theme parks, wildlife parks, aquariums, toy stores, and museums in the United States and Europe.  He has created the interior and exteriors for such projects as:

  • Akbar’s Adventure Tours 4D Simulation Ride for Busch Gardens Tampa

  • Alpengeist Roller Coaster for Busch Gardens Williamsburg

  • Shipwreck Café for Sea World San Diego

  • Journey To Atlantis for Sea World Orlando

  • Harry Potter and Muppet Whatnot Shop for FAO Schwartz’s flagship store in New York City.

 

As a Production Designer and Art Director he’s worked with almost every major network on over 100 productions.  His wide and varied credits include project for networks like Representing a wide variety of productions.  His work includes repeated credits for CBS, Univision, MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, MTV2, CNN, BET, MTV, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, SPIKEtv, SONY, CMT, FUSE, The Weather Channel,  Sundance Channel, Lifetime, and Oxygen.

 

As an industrial lighting and production designer he has produced events for Fashion Week New York, The Park Avenue Armory, Walmart, U.S. Foods, Starbucks, Men’s Journal, AOL Time Warner, AXE, Huggies, and The American Museum of Natural History. 

 

Aaron is a member of United Scenic Artists 829, the International Thespian Society and the Educational Theatre Association, and holds a certificate from the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts in California, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Conservatory for Performing Arts at Webster University in Saint Louis, and a Master of Fine Arts from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.