Joey has grown up with performance, theatre, art, design, and technology around him for his whole life. This immersive upbringing leads him to work tirelessly on a wide range of projects, from theatrical drama, to engaging spectacle.
He is a serious photographer, more recently focusing on production photography and video work. As a passionate lighting designer, and fierce collaborator, he enjoys working cross disciplinarily on multiple aspects of design, art, fabrication, and special effects. If he ever found a free moment, he would go skiing or sailing.
Joey holds a BA Cum Laude in Theatre Arts from Cornell University where he also studied Classics and Physics. Recent work at Yale School of Drama includes: Danai Gurira’s Familiar, (Yale Rep,) Clifford Odets’ Paradise Lost, and a striking adaptation of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan. He has also designed over 20 productions at the Yale Cabaret.