Jeffrey is a freelance lighting and projections designer who holds an MFA in Lighting Design and Technology, a BS in Liberal Arts, with a Theatre Major, and a Music Minor.
Jeffrey’s designs have been seen regionally at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Alley Theatre and Arkansas Repertory Theatre, to name a few.
Nationally, he has designed lighting and projections for Columbia Artists Theatricals’ tours of "Love, Janis" and lighting for Theatre Leagues’ production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat". Recent credits include projection designs of the world premiere of "Palomino" at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre, "My First Time", for the Unicorn Theatre, the Edmonton Symphony’s recent "Halloween Symphony" concert, and "[title of show]" for the Arizona theatre company.
Jeffrey has also served as the head projections programmer for Cirque du Soleil’s production of "Wintuk" and the Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s production of Green Day’s "American Idiot", that played on Broadway.
Jeff programming on "American Idiot" in New York.
Jeff is also one of the few people in North America that is considered to be an expert in the use of timeline programming on the Hippotizer by Green Hippo.