Marc Brickman

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Marc Brickman
Solid state laser system designed by Marc Brickman that depicted Dark Side of the Moon album art, used on Roger Waters' latest tour.
Born (1953-06-15) June 15, 1953 (age 61)
Philadelphia, PA
Occupation Production Designer
Spouse(s) Catherine Malcolm Brickman

Marc Brickman (born June 15, 1953, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a lighting and production designer whose work and profile has been featured in publications and broadcasts including The New York Times (Arts feature story, Sunday edition),[1] the television programme 48 Hours [2] and others. Recognized as a cutting edge innovator in the industry, Brickman's awards and accolades include Emmy Award and CableACE Award nominations[3] for production design and best director, 2004 Lighting Designer of the Year. In 2012, he teamed up with Steven Van Zandt and Dietrich Juengling to co-direct and co-produce the Broadway production Once Upon a Dream[4] featuring the The Rascals.[5]

Brickman made history with one of the world's most iconic buildings as his canvas in late 2012. The Empire State Building,[6] with lighting provided by Phillips Lighting. The ESB had its first light show on the Fourth of July, 2012. The programme was designed by Brickman and Juengling, with music performed by Alicia Keys.[7]


  1. ^ Strauss, Neil (June 8, 1995). "The Lights! It must be Pink Floyd". New York Times. Retrieved June 8, 1995. 
  2. ^ Browning, David. "Beatles Paul McCartney 48 Hours". 48 Hours, CBS Television. Retrieved January 25, 1990. 
  3. ^ IMDb, Awards. "Prime Time Emmy Awards". IMDb. Retrieved 1995. 
  4. ^ Browne, David. "The Rascals Reunite on Broadway". Rolling Stone. Retrieved April 17, 2013. 
  5. ^ Demarest, William (2012-09-27). "Rock 'n' Roll Reunion: The Rascals Perform In Westchester". Scarsdale Patch. Retrieved October 26, 2012. 
  6. ^ Magruder, Melonie. "Malibu artist lights up Big Apple". Malibu Times. Retrieved December 12, 2012. 
  7. ^ Bratten, Tracy. "WATCH: Alicia Keys, 'Girl on Fire' lights up the Empire State Building". iheartRADIO. Retrieved November 27, 2012. 

External links[edit]

  • [1] 1988 Pink Floyd interview by M. Williams date=October 2012
  • [2] September 1994 Lighting Dimensions: Pink Floyd World Tour (US Leg) date=October 2012
  • [3] Marc Brickman's work on Waters Tour date=October 2012
  • IMDB page