Sam is an LA-based animator and video artist whose work spans from film to theatrical projection. Recently his work was featured in Rubicon Theatre’s Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 and East West Players’ Assassins. Sam has also worked with a variety of other shows and companies, including on Princess Cruises; 5-SK1-E-5, Minnesota Opera’s Elektra and Lucia Di Lammermoor, Dallas Opera’s graphic novel opera Everest, Opera Parallèle’s Trouble in Tahiti, and more. Sam's recent work in film includes heading VFX for the comedy series How to Hack Birth Control, and he previously assistant edited on the Emmy- and Peabody-nominated documentary film Survivors. He also builds tiny machines out of cardboard when there's time for that sort of thing.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|the ripple, the wave that carried me home||Assistant Video Designer|
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