Scenic and Projection Designer

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Brooklyn and Orlando Based Scenic and Projection Designer



Tim Brown is a scenic and projection designer based in New York and Orlando. He recently designed the set for J. Cole’s KOD Tour as well as the set for Tyler the Creator’s recent tour. His scenic design for J.Cole’s 4 your Eyez Only and 2014 Forest Hills Drive tours were seen across North America, Europe and Australia and on HBO. He also designed the set for the world premiere of Ugly Lies the Bones for Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City and the Washington D.C. premiere of The Skeleton Crew at The Studio Theatre. His scenic and projection designs have been seen at the Yale Repertory Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company, The Studio Theatre, Harlem Stage, Interact Theatre Company, Redhouse Arts Center, Astoria Performing Arts Center, NY Fringe Festival, Columbia University, Barnard College, Yale School of Drama and Connecticut Repertory Theatre. He has also been an assistant projection designer for Driving Miss Daisy and Macbeth on Broadway and productions at The Public Theatre, Signature Theatre, 2nd Stage, and New York Theatre Workshop. His work has been featured in American Theatre Magazine and Opera America Magazine. He is a Graduate of Yale School of Drama and currently teaches at the University of Central Florida.


Timothy Brown’s inspired scenic design is as big a star as any of the actors.
— New York Times