Clinical Associate Professor
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
- @New York City
140 William Street 616
Graham Kindred taught at PACE School of Performing Arts for five years, before becoming the Head of the BFA Production and Design program. With the assistance of his colleagues and input from the students over the past six years, Graham has created the BFA Production and Design program to what it is today. Now in its second year, the program offers students of all production and design disciplines the opportunity to mold their own vision and provide opportunities within the New York theatrical community.
Graham Kindred has been designing in New York City for the past 14 years. While here, he has worked on Broadway, at Lincoln Center, and Off-Broadway, including: Love Linda, directed by Richard Maltby (York); The Last Seder (Mint Theater); The Best of Everything (HERE); Miss Abigail's Guide (Sofia's); Deep Throat (45 Bleeker); Danny and Sylvia (St Luke's); Retzach (59E59); None of the Above (Theater Row); Uncle Jacque's Symphony (Soho Playhouse); Hillary (New Georges). Outside of the city, his credits range from Regional Theater to National Tours to Theme Parks with SeaWorld Orlando, to China as a part of the Shanghai 2010 World Expo. Before moving to New York, Graham won the Illuminating Engineering Society Design award for Architectural Lighting in Philadelphia. Graham has been an educator in design for Packer Colligate, Stella Adler Conservatory, Princeton University, City College of New York, and New School for Drama. In education, Graham has been teaching lighting to aspiring design students for over 20 years. He earned a masters degree from Temple University.
3d Modeling, and printing. LED and solid state technologies.
ARTISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES AND EXHIBITS
[Theatre - Design lights]The Direction Company, New York, NY, USA