is a versatile designer who has enjoyed working in an unusually wide variety of styles and time periods, with an emphasis on original work. He has collaborated on projects ranging from small, modern musicals with Rock/Pop scores (Propaganda!, Bubble Boy, Prison Dancer, Outlaws, Gorilla Man), to huge Broadway spectaculars (Aladdin, The Drowsy Chaperone, Legally Blonde, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Mame at the Kennedy Center); From realistic TV dramas (NYC 22, Mercy), to glamorous, fashion-forward TV comedies (Royal Pains), to a TV show with a flashy Broadway musical, a grungy downtown rock musical, beautiful people, and a lot of drama (Smash); From burlesque strippers (Minsky’s) to sexy Vegas strippers (PeepShow); There was a glam rock band (The Fabulous Entourage), and then there were two years at Saturday Night Live with Betty White as a Lawrence Welk singer, Elton John as a gay cowboy, Bryan Cranston in feather boots, Scarlett Johannson in crushed velvet selling fountains, Lady Gaga battling Madonna, and Keenan Thompson playing a lot of women.

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