David Bengali is a New York City based artist who began his career as a lighting designer and now works primarily as a projection and media designer, editor, and animator for live performance and broadcast. His work has been seen on stages around the U.S. and internationally. He also teaches at Princeton University and NYU and was a 2017-2019 Arts Fellow at the Princeton University Lewis Center for the Arts. Selected recent and upcoming work includes: Twilight: LA 1992 (Signature Theatre); 1776 (A.R.T. / Roundabout / National Tour – upcoming); The Visitor (The Public); Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical (Seaview – Drama League Nom.); Circle Jerk (Fake Friends – Drama League Nom.); Bollywood Kitchen (Geffen Playhouse); Van Gogh’s Ear (Ensemble for the Romantic Century – Drama Desk Nom.); Only You Will Recognize The Signal (HERE); Einstein’s Dreams (Prospect/59E59 – Drama Desk Nom.); In The MOMent (The Kennedy Center / Ephrat Asherie Dance – film); Looking At You (Opera On Tap / HERE); We Live In Cairo (A.R.T); Girls (Yale Rep); The Great Leap (Atlantic Theater Co.); Frankenstein (Dallas Theater Center); Rockin’ Road To Dublin (National Tour); The Temple Bombing (Alliance Theatre); Uncommon Sense (Tectonic Theater Project); Anna Akhmatova (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Jules Verne From The Earth To The Moon (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Conference of the Birds (Anikaya Dance / Boston Center for the Arts / Arts Emerson). MFA: NYU.