Luis Garcia (he/him/his) is a Peruvian-American who currently resides and works on Seminole land, commonly known as Kissimmee, Florida. He is a lighting and video designer whose work includes but is not limited to theatre, dance, live streams and other live performance art.
His design work has been seen in productions at American Conservative Theatre, Theatre Bay Area, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Collaborative Theatre Project, Stetson University and others. After being selected as the Richard Hay Lighting Design Fellow for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s F.A.I.R. program in 2017, Luis was hired to be the video technician and programmer the following season.
Recently, Luis has developed his skills as a live-stream programmer and consultant for many productions and fundraisers such as “The Thanksgiving Play”, a virtual production at A.C.T. and “Together We Rise,” a fundraiser hosted by Theatre Bay Area.
In 2018, he was chosen as one of Live Design’s 30 Under 30 which recognized “thirty young movers and shakers who are changing paradigms, looking at things from new angles, and rapidly rising to the forefront of their field.”
Luis is a proud member of IASTE Local 154 and alumnus of the OSF F.A.I.R. program.