Adam J. Thompson is a designer working with video and interactive technology in live performance environments. His work has been produced and presented off-Broadway, regionally, and on tour in the United States, and recent credits include Sing Street (New York Theatre Workshop), (A)loft Modulation (the american vicarious), The Handmaid’s Tale (Boston Lyric Opera), Emma and Max (The Flea) and the 64th and 63rd Annual Obie Awards. Adam‘s work as a live cinema director and producer has received recognition and support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and The Jerome Robbins Foundation, among many others, and he recently served as an invited ambassador to the Beijing International Design Biennial. He holds an MFA in Video & Media Design from Carnegie Mellon University. adamjacobthompson.com.