Tyler Lambert-Perkins is an entertainment lighting designer. His portfolio includes designs and implementation in professional theatre, corporate events, television, ballet, live music, and architecture.
Tyler is the current Lighting Director for the Los Angeles Ballet. In addition to his work with the Ballet, he designs throughout the Los Angeles area for clients including the Hollywood Bowl, Universal Studios Hollywood, 22 Degrees, CBS, Intensity Advisors, a variety of music video production companies. He has also designed for Nautilus Entertainment Design on projects including the 2016 Presidential Debates, The North American International Auto Show, Intel IDF, and Chevy DBC.
Prior to working in Southern California, Tyler lived and worked in the Boston area. There he designed lights for the New Repertory Theatre Company, the Underground Railroad Company, and Boston University. In addition to his design work, Tyler worked for a year touring to over one hundred cities with Vee Corporation, maintaining and adapting the lighting design as each unique venue dictated.
Tyler received his MFA in Lighting Design from Boston University in May 2014.
Tyler Glover is an entertainment lighting designer specializing in corporate events, live theater, architecture, and live music.
Tyler has worked on a wide variety of projects and installations. He has designed for Nautilus Entertainment Design on events and parties including the GM Leadership Summit, and HP’s MET Release in New York City. He has also assisted on project management and design for large-scale entertainment and architectural lighting projects including cruise ship new builds Holland America’s Koningsdam, Carnival’s Vista, and an upcoming Costa Asia ship. Tyler also works with Academy Lighting Consultants as an associate designer at the Hollywood Bowl Summer Season, and with Yeager Designs as a designer for the Microsoft Ready and Microsoft Ignite events.
In addition to his designing, Tyler has experience programing on a variety of lighting control consoles. This has allowed Tyler to both design and program many events for clients including GM, the NCTA, PepsiCO, and many more. Before his work at Nautilus, Tyler worked with Entertainment Lighting Services (ELS) in Los Angeles as a lighting rental agent where he built a intimate knowledge of the lighting market, and a strong understanding of the resources available to implement any design.
Tyler received his BA from Vassar College in May 2013.
Robin Gray designs lighting environments for art, industrial, and corporate theatre all over the globe. She is a member of the International Guild of Cinematographers and has been illuminating various segments of the universe since 1989, including the past three seasons at the iconic Hollywood Bowl.