Abigail Rosen Holmes
The bio page for Abigail Rosen Holmes. A lighting and video designer.
Abigail Rosen Holmes
Abigail Rosen Holmes is a multidisciplinary artist and designer, working in lighting, video and production design for concert touring, television, architecture and events. Her varied works are deeply grounded from the core message of each project; creating emotion, spectacle, beauty and impact from the use of the abstract tools of style, color, shape and scale.
Phish, The Cure, Janet Jackson, Peter Gabriel, Cher, Shakira, Pet Shop Boys, Herbie Hancock, Roger Water’s “The Wall” Berlin, Miley Cyrus, and many others.
Nordstrom Light Weave installations; the High Roller Observation Wheel, Caesar’s Entertainment Las Vegas; and Disney's Electric Holiday Windows for Barney's NY. Abbey previously worked at Walt Disney Imagineering.
Phish, Nordstrom, Idina Menzel, the Dragone Group, the Walt Disney Company, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Martina McBride, The Cure, Herbie Hancock, Bryan Ferry, Turner Broadcasting.
Vogue CDFA Fashion Fund; Philly 4th of July Jam, VH1 with the Roots, Nicky Minaj, Common, Ne-Yo; Shakira’s Oral Fixation and Live in Paris DVDs; Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, Walt Disney Pictures; Martina McBride Waking Up Laughing, PBS Great Performances; The Cure/Trilogy; Jazz at Lincoln Center Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit for PBS; the Emmy nominated Cher: The Farewell Tour on NBC.
Production and video design for Phish; lighting designer for David Byrne's Contemporary Color, Lighting Design for Tribeca Film Festival Opening Night concert: Clive David The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Tribeca Film Festival Can't Stop Won't Stop: the Bad Boy Story, Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey’s “The Greatest Show on Earth”, Idina Menzel Live at Radio City Music Hall, You Tube Live at the Kennedy Center, YouTube Play Live at the Guggenheim and the YouTube Onstage at VidCon.
Abigail Rosen Holmes graduated from Brown University receiving her BA in Art. Abigail spent two years as an Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama teaching lighting and video design.