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Andrew Lazarow

Adjunct, Alumni, Class of 2012

Courses Taught: Designing and Collaborating for Live Performance
Nothing: Creating Illusions

Andrew is a projections designer working mainly in theater and dance. This semester he is designing "Brooklynite" a new musical directed by TONY Winner Michael Mayer, and the TV show "Fake-Off," shooting in Atlanta. Last semester his designs included "I am Harvey Milk" at Lincoln Center, and the installation "Eternal" for showings in NYC and Holland. At ITP he is on the Future of Storytelling team, currently focusing on Ready Set Go, a software solution to ease collaboration between designers, directors, and choreographers. His classes include "Designing for Live Performance" and "Nothing." He has been recognized by Apple for “Outstanding Achievement in Film,” and contributed to John Nobbs's book "A Devil Pokes the Actor," on the Suzuki training method.