Hui Chen

Hui Chen, NYU/Tisch

Hui Chen is a set designer and production designer in both theater and film. She got her BA and MA from National Taiwan University in Dept. of Theatre and Drama. Hui is a MFA candidate from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Dept. of Design for Stage and Film, class of 2015. As a scenic designer in theater, Hui designed Five days till Saturday, Pale Fires- Shade Room, Q&A–Quest & Amnesia and Bond–Merchant of Venice, etc. In terms of Production design, Hui worked as a Set Designer in the art department in Ang Lee’s Life of Pi, Taiwanese feature movie KANO, and as a Production designer in Memoria de Octavia, a short film in NYU film school collaboration.

Fivedays | Scenery by Hui Chen

Fivedays
By Qui Nguyen, Directed by May Adrales
Scenery by Hui Chen ’15, Lighting by Seon-Young Ma ’15, Costumes by Hannah Kittell ‘15
NYU-Tisch Department of Graduate Acting, Atlas Theatre

Palefires_ | Scenery by Hui Chen

Palefires
Directed by Alex Harvey
Scenery by Hui Chen ’15, Lighting by Brian A. Fortin ’15,
Costumes by Christopher Metzger ‘15
NYU-Tisch Department of Graduate Acting, Walker Theatre

"Windmill 3D rendering" in Sleepy Hollow | Hui Chen

“Windmill 3D rendering” in Sleepy Hollow
By Andrew Kevin Walker and Tom Stoppard

Mr. Burns, a Post-electric Play | Hui Chen

Mr. Burns, a Post-electric Play
By Ann Washburn
Scale: 1/2″=1′-0″