Bradley King

is a lighting designer based in New York City, with clients in theater, opera, dance, and corporate media. New York projects include work for The Actors Company Theater, Atlantic Theatre Company, Ars Nova, Cherry Lane, Classic Stage Company, HERE Arts Center, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center Theater, New York City Opera, New York Theater Workshop, New York University, Playwrights Horizons, PPAS, Roundabout Theater Company, and many others. He was also resident designer for the Second Avenue Dance Company in New York, with whom he designed more than 100 works. He received nominations for both the Henry Hewes Design Award and the Lucille Lortel Award for his work on Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812.

US and International projects include productions with Atlanta Opera, Berkeley Repertory Theater, Boston Early Music Festival, Boston Lyric Opera, The Glimmerglass Festival, Kentucky Opera, La Jolla Playhouse, The McCarter (Princeton), Opera Omaha, Planet Hollywood (Las Vegas), Vancouver Opera, Virginia Opera, Virginia Stage Company, The Watermill Center, Williamstown Theater Festival, The BAC (London), The Bristol Old Vic (UK), The National Theater of Scotland, and many others.

Bradley received an MFA in design from New York University, where he was the recipient of the J.S. Seidman award. He also holds a BFA from NYU in theatre directing.