Christine Ferriter

Christine Ferriter is a lighting designer and artist recently transplanted to Los Angeles. Her passion lies in developing new, ensemble driven works that have a resonant urgency and social mission. As a collaborator, she is specifically interested in a process where she can delve into the visual and textual dramaturgy of each story as the work develops so that the lighting can emerge from a more intuitive place. Recent projects include Group Therapy with Poor Dog Group produced at CAP UCLA, Ebb/Flow: Culver City with Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, and Rasgos Asiaticos with Virginia Grise at CALARTS Center for New Performance. Previously, Christine was a Master Electrician and Moving Light Programmer at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Assistant Lighting Supervisor at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and a freelance designer in her hometown of Chicago. She is currently an MFA candidate at California Institute of the Arts.

Role with GPTC: Design Wing