Olivia Sebesky is a New York City based Projection Designer, Art Director, and Motion Graphics Designer.
Olivia creates art for theater, dance, TV, concerts and special events.
She brings a background in fine art and music to her bespoke digital media work in the entertainment industry.
She has designed projections for James Taylor, Aerosmith, Hootie & The Blowfish, P!NK, Nike, Jordan, Soho House, Alice and Olivia, Bloomberg, The New Group, Bebe & Cece Winans, Spiegelworld, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, TED, The Nasser bin Hamad Awards, TruTV, Tommy Hilfiger, Goodspeed Opera House, Martha Graham Dance Company, Jane Goodall, Elizabeth Streb, STREB Extreme Action Dance Company, Fordham University, Paper Mill Playhouse, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and more...
Recent projects include Aerosmith’s Las Vegas Residency Deuces Are Wild, Because of Winn Dixie directed by John Rando (Goodspeed Opera House), Jerry Springer The Opera directed by John Rando (The New Group), Home Street Home (workshop) directed by Richard Israel and Written by Fat Mike of NOFX.
Olivia is a classically trained painter and illustrator. In addition to her work in live production, she creates concept sketches and designs custom interior murals and artwork for private clients.
Her work can be seen internationally.
Olivia received the 2013 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Design (Chad Deity).
She was nominated for the 2016 Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Projection Design (My Paris).
She was nominated for a 2018 Helen Hayes Award for Projection and Set Design (Me...Jane)
Olivia was chosen as one of Live Design’s 30 Under 30 in 2018
Olivia is a Lecturer in Creative Technologies at The New School
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