Award-winning production designer, and costume designer for Miami New Drama’s Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy and One Night in Miami, Lex Liang, walks us through his costume design process. From initial ideas on post-its, to the extensive research and scribblings, to the final presentation before directors and clients. Lex and his team have overseen and managed dozens of productions, and now he shares with us how a strong and unique idea can become a well-executed design and production.
Lex is an award-winning production designer for theatre and live events. His scenic and costume designs have been seen across the country and around the globe at various Off-Broadway, regional, and international theatre and dance venues. Born and raised in California, Lex has made NYC home for the last 20 years after graduating from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. He is the founder and principal of LDC Design Associates (www.LDCdesign.com), a boutique design and production house specializing in experiential event design and bespoke interiors. At LDC, he has overseen and managed NYC city-wide installations, Times Square shutdown events, and dozens of launches and galas. His client list includes Sing For Hope, GMHC, the Kardashians, Operation Smile, Johnson & Johnson, BCBG, The Tony Awards, and The City of New York, amongst many others. Lex also serves as a design and arts business consultant, and is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local – 829.