Andrew Carson is a nationally recognized lighting designer. He has designed for theatres and music halls across the United States, including Boston Symphony Hall, the Historic Barn Theatre and the Moody Theatre, among others. He launched the tour of the Grammy Award-winning choral group, Conspirare’s Considering Matthew Shepard with a television production that airs on PBS annually during pride month.
Awards include the Suzi Bass Award for best lighting design of a play, the BroadwayWorld Award for best professional technical (lighting) design in Atlanta, and The Oscar Wilde Award for best lighting design.
Notable designs include The Savannah Music Festival, A Streetcar Named Desire, Moon Over Buffalo, Spitfire Grill, Rock of Ages, Pippin, A Chorus Line, Spring Awakening, The Marriage of Figaro, Oklahoma!, West Side Story, Newsies and Mary Poppins.
Andrew holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Texas and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Carson is delighted to be on the faculty of Shenandoah Conservatory and to have worked with the Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre team since 2016.
Visit www.carsonlighting.com to learn more.