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Michael Stiller is a lighting practitioner, media designer, interactive technologist, and teacher whose career over the past 30 years has spanned the worlds of performing arts, television, film, architecture, and experiential environments. His architectural designs are represented in the exhibit, corporate, retail, hospitality, and municipal markets. His theatrical designs have been produced in dozens of international venues ranging from raw industrial spaces to classical opera houses, state theaters, and arenas. And his work for camera has appeared in major motion pictures and network television.
In 1998 Michael founded Michael Stiller Design, where he directed a versatile team of designers, project managers, and programmers until merging his practice with upLIGHT in 2015. He made his Broadway debut last spring, as production designer for the rock/classical mashup: Rocktopia.
Michael Stiller is the recipient of a New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Award for his work with Dance By Neil Greenberg, and an IES Illumination Award of Merit for his work designing the public space experiences at 85 Broad Street, in lower Manhattan. He is currently on the faculty of FIT's School of Graduate Studies, in the Exhibition and Experience Design program. Michael is the author of a textbook, Quality Lighting for High Performance Buildings, and he frequently delivers talks to professional groups on lighting, wellness, and sustainability.