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The Washington Post [Alan Kriegsman] called my designs
"shrewd enhancements" and the Village Voice [Gwin Joh Chin] wrote,
"...the lighting by Stefan Johnson enhanced the mood...".
You need a lighting designer? Please consider me. My variety as well as my depth of lighting design experience could prove to be a particularly strong asset for the productions you are putting on this season. I have an extensive background in a large variety of shows. I have experience in designing for dance, theater, and music.
You can see from my enclosed job list:
Experience working in many theaters
--both large and small as well as spaces that are not normally used for performances
involving professionals from many backgrounds.
working well with others
• using resources with maximum affect to create innovative results
All can be important to your production.
I have been involved in many productions [including working on shows at Dance Place, Woolly Mammoth, and the Kennedy Center, among others]
Can we meet to discuss what I might be able to add to your performance? You may reach me by sending me a note to my address.
My email address is:
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Appreciate your consideration now and in the future.
If anyone you know is looking for a designer, please tell them about me. Please contact me soon to set a mutually convenient time to meet. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your consideration.
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