Jennifer Hill is a New York based lighting designer and scenic artist. She was the recipient of the 2013 Richard L. Hay Design Fellowship at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Recent theater design credits include Little Rock off-broadway (Sheen Center for Thought and Culture), Dying In Boulder (LaMama), That Which Remains (Improbable Stage), 42nd Street, Hamlet, Sweeney Todd (RHS New Players Company), Into The Woods and The Importance of Being Earnest (Xavier Dramatics Society), Uncle Vanya and the world premiere of Sarah Ruhl’s Scenes From Court Life (NYU Tisch). Her designs for dance include the premiere of Half Heard (Rocha Dance Theater), Green Mountain Falls and Keigwin+Company Celebrates Bernstein (Keigwin + Company), Teahouse Performances (Chen Dance Center), and Convergence of Pathways with the 2017 New York Choreographic Institute at New York City Ballet. She has also worked on theme park and architectural design for Paramount Studios and the Wynn Palace Hotel and Casino in Cotai, China.
Her assistant and associate design work has taken her across the country with Signature Theater, The Public, Hartford Stage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Second Stage Theater, Sidra Bell Dance, and many other companies.
Some of her upcoming design work includes: City of Angels (RHS New Players), Little Shop of Horrors (Xavier Dramatics Society), and three dance pieces with Cornfield Dance as part of the Harkness Dance Festival. Jennifer is also the associate designer of the upcoming production of Woody Sez at Center Rep Theater in California.
MFA - NYU, Tisch School of the Arts - Design For Stage & Film.
BA - UC Irvine - Drama, Honors in Design.
"...JENNIFER HILL LIGHTS WITH DAZZLE AND FLAIR."
- STEVEN STANLEY, stagesceneLA.com
"JENNIFER HILL'S LIGHTING DESIGN IS A MOODY COMBINATION OF SEARING BRIGHTNESS, OMINOUS DARKNESS AND MALEVOLENT RED HUES."
- DARRYL REILLY, theaterscene.net