Fusion of Ideas, Media, Technology and the Arts

to foster transcendent experiences


Lustre is an interdisciplinary creative studio that explores transformation and sensory revitalization of space, mediation of cultural forms, and the synthesis of art and design with emerging technologies to facilitate powerful and engaging audio-visual experiences. We work across boundaries of form, media and discipline and thrive on collaborative art practice.
The studio’s projects span concert visuals, live cinema, projection design/mapping, video environments and installation design, video sculpture, music videos, animation,  motion graphics design, sound design, musical scores, as well as photographic and illustrative works.
We have 20 years of experience in creating multifaceted multimedia artworks in collaboration with diverse cultural producers: architects, choreographers, dancers, and musical performers. Our creative works have garnered awards of distinction and have been screened and exhibited widely, nationally and internationally across five continents.

Studio Founders




Art in Context


FILE Electronic Language International Festival // RETHink Art Digital Festival (Rethymno, Crete) // Digital Attraction, International Contemporary Art Exhibition. FZ Fifteen Gallery (New Taipei City, Taiwan) // 404 Festival of Art and Technology (Rosario, Argentina) // Athens Video Art Festival (Athens, Greece) // Festival Miden (Kalamata, Greece) // Urban Nomad Film Festival (Taipei, Taiwan) // ICEBOX 02 Audio/Visual Art Festival(Cape Town, South Africa) // Borderline Festival at Beijing Film Academy (Beijing, China) // Optronica, Festival of Visual Music at British Film Institute (London, UK) // STRP Festival (Heindhoven, Netherlands) // AVion (Bucharest, Romania) // Ping-Pong-Basel at Projektraum M54 (Basel, Switzerland) // Transhift 08 International Festival at Fluorescent Gallery (Knoxville, Tennessee) // Mirror Stage International Video Art Exhibition at Lanitus Foundation (Limassol, Cyprus) // Process of Transformation exhibition at Niche.LA Gallery(Los Angeles, California) // NeMaF2006, 6th Seoul New Media Festival. (Seoul, Korea) // "Not for Profit", exhibition. Central Michigan University Art Gallery. (Mount Pleasant, Michigan)
"Art of the Protest" at Orange County Center for Contemporary Art //“SPaRks” solo exhibition at Gallery 825. Los Angeles Art Association. (West Hollywood. CA) // “Ping-Pong-LA,” Art Platform (Los Angeles, CA) // “Ping-Pong-Miami,” Design District (Miami, Florida) //“Imagined Realities in New Media,” PS Zask Gallery (Pales Verdes, CA) // Snap!, “Motion to Light” exhibition. Snap! Warehouse (Orlanda, Florida) // Spring Arts Collective Gallery. Downtown ArtWalk (Los Angeles, CA) // Glow Festival. (Santa Monica, CA) // Autumn Lights Festival. Pershing Square. (Los Angeles, CA) // Videos at Standard Hotel Downtown (Los Angeles, CA) // Transcendence, solo exhibition at NIVA Museum. Nanjing Institute of Visual Arts. (Nanjing, China) // 809 International New Image Art Festival. 809 International Art District. (Yichang City, China) // “Remnants of the Real,” Laband Gallery. Loyola Marymount University. (Los Angeles, CA) // "Earthlings" at LA Fashion Week. Vibiana. (Los Angeles, CA) // LA Weekly Detour Festival (Los Angeles, CA) // ArtSeen at Union Station. (Los Angeles, CA) // ISEA, International Symposium on Electronic Art (Nagoya, Japan)
Diavolo Performance Space (LA, CA) // Miles Memorial Playhouse (Santa Monica, CA) // Daniel Recital Hall CSULB (Long Beach, CA) // Fowler Museum at UCLA. (Los Angeles, CA) // Grand Performances. (Los Angeles, CA) // “Live Cinema Nights,” Club Glo. ZeroOne/ISEA (San Jose, CA) // John Anson Ford Theater. (Los Angeles, CA) // Kennedy Center for the Perfoming Arts // Duke Performing Arts Center // “Because the Day was Sunny”. Highways Performance Space. (Santa Monica, CA) // Next@19th.(Miami, FL) // The Hub/JCC of San Francisco. // Boston Jewish Music Festival at Tufts University. (Boston, MA) //Santos Party House. (Soho. NYC, NY) // Los Angeles Theater Center (Los Angeles, CA)


Creative Work


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The Latest Buzz


Bruce Geller Memorial Prize. "Word Grant"
- Institute for Jewish Creativity -
American Jewish University
"We've Come to Chase Away the Darkness" presented in the "Art of the Protest" Exhibition
- Orange County Center for Contemporary Art-
“SPaRks” in "FILE Hypersonica" Program
- FILE 2017 - Electronic Language International Festival -
São Paulo, Brazil
Nomination for "Best Video and Projection Design" for "The Dig"
- STAGE RAW Theater Awards-
Los Angeles Theater Center

Art renders perspective

Envision | Illumine | Transport


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