TYLER HERALD is a New York-based scenic designer. He has designed environments for operas, dance, plays, and musicals.
Originally from the midwest, Tyler grew up as a studio artist. After discovering theatre, he decided to blend a lifelong love for art with a newfound passion for theatre. He enjoys seeing the connections between both -- finding and creating ephemeral worlds and memories onstage.
Tyler holds an MFA in Scenic Design from the University of Maryland - College Park.
Scenic Design Credits: Titus Andronicus (Riverside Church), Purgatory, Three Sisters (Schapiro Theatre), Dialogues of the Carmelites, The Schooling of Bento Bonchev, Render/Edit, Full Circle, The Call (Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center), L'Occasione fa il Ladro/Lost Luggage (Glimmerglass Festival)
Assistant/Associate Credits: Mrs. Doubtfire, Seattle & Broadway, The Great Society, Vivian Beaumont, Treasures from Chatsworth, Sotheby's NYC, The Hamilton Exhibition, Northerly Island, Chicago, 91st Academy Awards (Oscars) Dolby Theater, LA, (Assistant Designer: David Korins); David Korins Studio (Assistant Designer), Adam Koch (Assistant Designer); The Scottsboro Boys, Signature Theatre, Macbeth, Catholic University of America, The Great Gatsby, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Love's Labour's Lost, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre (Associate Scenic Design: Daniel Conway); Macbeth, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre (Assistant Designer); La Boheme, Sweeney Todd, The Thieving Magpie, The Crucible, Wilde Tales, Glimmerglass Festival (Assistant Designer)