Aaron Black’s body of work runs the gamut of disciplines, from lighting design for dance, theatre, and opera, to production design and art direction for television, to large-scale architectural and thematic design for leading family amusement parks. His recent opera lighting credits include The Marriage of Figaro, for the Los Angeles Philharmonic as well as productions for the Royal Opera House, New York City Opera, Spoleto Festival USA, Portland Opera, Bard Summerscape, Glimmerglass Opera and opera houses in Montreal, Minnesota, Chicago, Bilbao, Virginia and Pittsburgh. As a lighting designer, his New York theater credits include the Drama Desk Award winning revival of Black Nativity at the Duke on 42nd St, Three Sisters at the Gatehouse for which he received his fifth Audelco Award Nomination for Outstanding Lighting Design, The Supreme Tartuffe at Theater Row Studios, King Lear, Waiting for Godot, Funnyhouse of a Negro which resulted in a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lighting Design, Trojan Women, Mother Courage and her Children, and Dream on Monkey Mountain for the Classical Theatre of Harlem and Hecuba at The Bleecker Street Theater. As a production designer and art director he has worked on numerous projects such as the MTV Video Music Awards, the Victoria’s Secret fashion show and The Today Show. As an industrial lighting and production designer he has produced events for Fashion Week New York.