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Javier Ameijeiras: “What’s the light that’s shining brightest in front of me?”

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Oscar Set designed by Javier Ameijeiras

Javier Ameijeiras: “What’s the light that’s shining brightest in front of me?”
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In conversation with Matt Rota, Javier Ameijeiras, associate designer for the Oscars and Art Director for Hamilton, provides a fresh take on what it means to be an illustrator and designer. He discusses taking the formal pen & paper tools he honed in college and adapting them to exist in 3-D. His creative forces have been applied to the physical worlds of Production Design, Art Direction, and Conceptual Development. Javier has contributed to Emmy winning TV shows, Oscar-nominated films, and Tony Award-winning productions such as the hit Broadway show Hamilton, Disney’s Beauty and Beast, HBO’s Bored to Death, Girls, Boardwalk Empire, and so many more.

About the author

Pamela Jean Tinnen

Pamela is a curator, writer, and art dealer who works for a lot of places and does a lot of things. In her spare time, which is on its face an oxymoron, she enjoys playing the drums and writing her forthcoming novel.

She lives in Queens with her husband and their rescue-terrier, who they really thought would have gotten bigger by now.

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