Christopher Ash is an international designer of scenery, lighting, and projections for theatre, dance, opera, and film.
Recent projects include projections for La Traviata (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Marie Antoinette (SOHO Rep), lighting for Heidi Latsky Dance’s One Hour:Two Works and GiMP.
Production and lighting design for Amanda Palmer’s music video Bedsong. He is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he has designed lighting for Platonov, sets for Lottie in the Late Afternoon and Iphigenia Among the Stars.
For the Yale Cabaret he has designed sets, lights, and projection for We Know Edie La Minx Had A Gun, sets for Christie in Love and Chamber Music, lighting and projections for The Yiddish King Lear, Rey Planta, as well as serving as this past season’s publicity photographer.
He continues to be a regular associate designer to scenic designer Riccardo Hernandez.
The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls, directed by Rachel Chavkin. Yale Repertory (Scenic Design).
Dementia, directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela. Latino Theatre Co. Los Angeles (Scenic Design).
Solitude, directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela. Latino Theatre Co. Los Angeles (Projection Design)
Troia, directed by Mustafa Erdoğan. Anadolu Ateşi. Istanbul, Turkey. International Tour (Lighting Design).