His recent credits include projection design for "Holler If Ya Hear Me," "No Man's Land" and "Waiting For Godot" with Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, "Evita" Elf and Lombardi (2011 Drama Desk nomination) on Broadway, Voyage de la Vie at RWS Resorts in Sentosa, Singapore, PEEPSHOW at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, the Broadway, Toronto and National tour of Rock of Ages and The Creature from the Black Lagoon at Universal Studios Hollywood, To Be Or Not To Be (Broadway), A Catered Affair (Broadway, for which he earned a 2008 Drama Desk nomination for best video or projection design) and Xanadu (Broadway, International Tour). Regional credits include projections for the national tour of Les Misérables, Jason Robert Brown's 13 at the Mark Taper Forum and NERDS for the Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Internationally he designed video projections for the Dutch version of the hit musical The Wiz as well as a number of concerts at the Barbican Centre in London. He designed projections for the Radio City Music Hall 75th Anniversary Christmas Spectacular. He has also designed visuals for a number of music and dance projects including Keo Woolford's I LAND and the Pilobolus dance troupe's BUGonia. As a journalist he is a contributing editor to LiveDesign magazine.
Borovay worked with United Scenic Artists, a union which represents theatrical crafts such as scenic, lighting and costume design, to create a new category for projection designers. In addition to his membership with USA829, he is a member of the Associated Crafts and Technicians union. He maintains a website containing news, bio and his portfolio at borovaydesign.com.