Scenic Art

King Lear by William Shakespeare

Scenic Artist

A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of King Lear. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of King Lear. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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Completed gold paneling.

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of King Lear. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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1/11

Performed at the outdoor Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Scenic Designer: Linda Buchanan
Scenic Charge: Rebekka Richter
Director: Vincent J. Cardinal
Light Designer: Stephen C. Jones
Costume Designer: Michiko Kitayama Skinner
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Rebecca Conway


Responsible for executing a complete repaint of the Engelstad Theatre and stone treatment on the floor, assisting with the treatment and execution of the gold panels as well as the staircase, large faux wooden columns, and Lear's desk.

Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim

Scenic Artist

A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of Sweeney Todd. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of Sweeney Todd. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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Completed pie shop table.

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of Sweeney Todd. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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1/16

Performed at the outdoor Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Scenic Designer: Linda Buchanan
Scenic Charge: Rebekka Richter
Director: Brad Caroll
Light Designer: Stephen C. Jones
Costume Designer: Bill Black
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Annika Radovcich

Responsible for executing a complete repaint of the Engelstad Theatre and stone treatment on the floor, the brick treatment used on the oven and trap walls, the rusted staircases, executing faux glass treatment and slicing to create broken windows. Assisted in the execution of the archway and bridge over pie shop.

All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare

Scenic Artist

A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of All’s Well That Ends Well. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of All’s Well That Ends Well. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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In-process rusted staircase.

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2022 production of All’s Well That Ends Well. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2022.)

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1/14

Performed at the outdoor Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Scenic Designer: Linda Buchanan
Scenic Charge: Rebekka Richter
Director: Melinda Pfundstein
Light Designer: Stephen C. Jones
Costume Designer: Lauren T. Roark
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Annika Radovcich

Responsible for executing a complete repaint of the Engelstad Theatre and stone treatment on the floor, treatment on the worn panels and poster distressing/some signage, blue walls and gold appliqué. 

Curtains: A Musical Whodunnit by Holmes, Kander and Ebb

Assistant Charge Artist

Featuring the cast of Curtains.

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Featuring the cast of Curtains.

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Featuring the cast of Curtains.

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1/19

Performed in the Topper Theatre at Villanova University.

Scenic Designer: Colin McIlvaine
Scenic Charge: Sharri Jerue
Director: Rev. Peter Donohue, OSA, PhD
Light Designer: Jerold R Forsyth
Costume Designer: Janus Stefanowicz
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Paola Nogueras


Responsible for executing as well as teaching faux finishes to work-study assistants and completing touch-ups. Took charge on all portals, Kansasland flats, and steamboat. Assisted on the creation of the staircase treatment, painted floor finishes, and Fort Henderson flats. 

Ragtime by Terrence McNally

Scenic Artist

A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of Ragtime. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of Ragtime. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of Ragtime. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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1/17

Performed in the Randall L. Jones Theatre at Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Scenic Designer: Jo Winiarski
Scenic Charge: Mark Jensen
Director: Brian Vaughn
Light Designer: William C. Kirkham
Costume Designer: Bill Black
Images: Utah Shakespeare Festival, Amanda McMall

Responsible for replication of colors via recipe, painting textured wood grain onto vertical walls and creating cast iron-like texture onto large piano pieces/back wall, responsible for the execution of Nesbit's swing and the metal stairwell. 

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Pirates of Penzance by William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of The Pirates of Penzance. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of The Pirates of Penzance. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 production of The Pirates of Penzance. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2021.)

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1/20

Performed in the Randall L. Jones Theatre at Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Scenic Designer: Jo Winiarski
Scenic Charge: Mark Jensen
Director: Cassie Abate
Light Designer: William C. Kirkham
Costume Designer: Bill Black
Images: Utah Shakespeare Festival, Amanda McMall

Responsible for the execution of the wave deck and the waves on the end of the deck, responsible for the foam carving and textured creation of the rock steps, creation of the textured wood and boxes on the portals, and the spraying and texturing of the sails and masts.

The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson

Scenic Charge Artist

Featuring Ali Scaramella Baker and Sarah Stryker.

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Featuring Veshonte Brown and Sarah Stryker.

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Featuring Ali Scaramella Baker and Sarah Stryker.

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1/10

Performed in the Court Theatre at Villanova University.

Scenic Designer: Marie Laster
Director: Dr. Valerie Joyce
Light Designer: Jerold R Forsyth
Costume Designer: Janus Stefanowicz
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Kimberly Reilly Damn


Responsible for creating all samples, color mixing and matching to the elevations, excecuting as well as teaching faux finishes to work-study assistants, and completing touch-ups.

Heart's Desire by Caryl Churchill

Scenic Charge Artist

Featuring Luke Davis, Chelsea Drumel, and Ali Baker.

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Featuring Luke Davis, Chelsea Drumel and Justin Badoyen.

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Final parquet plates

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Featuring Luke Davis, Chelsea Drumel, and Ali Baker.

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1/10

Performed in the Smith Lab at Villanova University.

Scenic Designer: Janos Boon
Director: Kenzie Bradley
Light Designer: Matt Specht
Costume Designer: Erin Coffman
Images: Alison Pascale

The sole painter on this project, responsible for all samples, paint treatments, execution of parquet process and sponge wall treatment on a strict deadline. Also responsible for all touch-ups and install.

This production was awarded "passing with distinction" by Villanova University.

White by James Ijames

Scenic Artist

Featuring Sarah Stryker.

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Featuring Paul Gorazcko and Sheldon Shaw.

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Featuring Sarah Stryker.

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1/12

Performed in the Court Theatre at Villanova University.

Scenic Designer: Parris Bradley
Scenic Charge: Sharri Jerue
Director: James Ijames
Light Designer: Jerold R Forsyth
Costume Designer: Alycia Gonzalez
Images: Kenzie Bradley, Kimberly Reilly Damn


Responsible for all color mixing and matching to elevations, executing as well as teaching faux finishes to work-study assistants, leading unskilled labor on paint nights, creating and executing sprays via a Hudson sprayer, painting at height, and completing touch-up notes.

Slaphappy: A COVID-Era Commedia by Valerie Joyce

Scenic Artist
Location 1: Topper Theatre
Location 1: Topper Theatre

Featuring Cristy Chory and Nic Ecker.

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Location 1: Topper Theatre
Location 1: Topper Theatre

Featuring Erin Coffman and Anna Sorrentino.

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Process Photo Harlequin Periyaktoi
Process Photo Harlequin Periyaktoi

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Location 1: Topper Theatre
Location 1: Topper Theatre

Featuring Cristy Chory and Nic Ecker.

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1/24

Filmed at Villanova University in the Topper Theatre and the Court Theatre.

Scenic Designer: Colin McIlvaine
Scenic Charge: Sharri Jerue
Director: Dr. Valerie Joyce
Light Designer: Jerold R. Forsyth 
Costume Designer: Janus Stefanowicz
Images: Hezekiah Lewis

Responsible for executing paint elevations on all of the periyaktoi, creating a geometric system to create the diamonds, and responsible for the layout, color mixing, and execution of the large Greek pantheon building. 

The Scar Test by Hannah Khalil

Scenic Artist

Featuring Sharese Salters and Anna Sorrentino.

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Featuring JBean Schwab.

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Process Photo Wall Panel
Process Photo Wall Panel

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Featuring Sharese Salters and Anna Sorrentino.

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1/18

Filmed at Villanova University's Court Theatre.

Scenic Designer: Stefanie Hansen 
Scenic Charge: Sharri Jerue

Director: Claire Moyer
Light Designer: Jerold R. Forsyth 
Costume Designer: Janus Stefanowicz
Images: Michael Long


Responsible for executing the complete floor treatment on masonite and teaching the skills to work-study assistants, creating joint compound mixtures for the walls, and color mixing the windows and doors. 

Ballet Russes by Bernard Myers

Co-Scenic Charge Artist

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Featuring Cole Hanlin and Wyatt Spivey.

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Featuring Wyatt Spivey, Priya Hemphill, and Lillie Hoates.

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1/11

Performed at the Georgia College Blackbox Theatre.

Scenic Designer: Laura Swarner 
Scenic Charges: Kenzie Bradley, Julia Whitten

Director: Dr. Karen Berman 
Light Designer: Bradley Benton 
Costume Designer: Matt Riley
Images: Mike Crews  

Responsible for the samples and execution of the floor treatment from paint elevations, responsible for starching and spraying the muslin flats, the execution of filling the padded walls with stuffing and securing them, and responsible for all moulding creation. 

Barbecue by Robert O'Hara

Scenic Charge Artist

Featuring Cindora Tillman and Raegan Thornton.

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Featuring Cindora Tillman and Raegan Thornton.

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Featuring Ben Stokes.

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Featuring Cindora Tillman and Raegan Thornton.

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1/6

Performed at Georgia College's Russell Auditorium. 

Scenic Designer: Isaac Ramsey
Scenic Charge: Kenzie Bradley

Director: Valeka J. Holt
Light Designer: Ashleigh Higgs
Costume Designer: Eric Griffis, Cathleen O'Neal
Images: Mike Crews

Responsible for all samples and color mixing, the texture on the benches and overhead house, created the carving on the posts and laying the grass/tinting it to look dead, responsible for all playground textures and work on metal.

Crowns: The Musical by Regina Taylor

Scenic Artist

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Featuring Lindsey Kellogg.

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1/5

Performed at Georgia College's Russell Auditorium.

Scenic Designer: Isaac Ramsey 
Scenic Charge: Isaac Ramsey

Director: Valeka J. Holt, Dr. Amy Pinney 
Light Designer: Fran Smith 
Costume Designer: Eric Griffis, Cathleen O'Neal
Images: Mike Crews

Responsible for the execution and leading of the stained glass window, the execution and color mixing for the pattern on the floor, responsible for samples and execution of the wood grain on the church walls, assisted with the creation of the graffiti on the walls.