Marc Brickman

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Marc Brickman
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Marc Brickman
Born (1953-06-15) June 15, 1953 (age 63)
Philadelphia, PA
Occupation Artist
Spouse(s) Catherine Malcolm Brickman

Marc Brickman (born June 15, 1953, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a director, producer, lighting designer and production designer. He is an Emmy nominee. His visuals for Pink Floyd[1] are well-known. Paul McCartney 48 Hours,[2] Barcelona and Nagano Olympics Ceremonies, Cirque du Soleil (Viva Elvis), Blue Man Group, David Gilmour, Nine Inch Nails, John Mayer, Keith Urban, Barbra Streisand, Black Eyed Peas, Roger Waters, Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Composer Hans Zimmer’s Concert Series and YUSUF ISLAM are among his show designs.

Film projects have included Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report, A-I, Sam Ramey’s Spiderman, Running Man and Cat in the Hat. Television credits include Let’s Make A Deal, Live to Dance and Chris Botti’s PBS Specials.

Arts commissions include a large-scale multimedia and digital installation at the Salzburg Festpiel. Architectural projects include the 2012 re-lighting of the Empire State Building.[3]

Brickman made his Broadway debut in 2007 with Young Frankenstein. His show for which he is co-director and producer, “Once Upon A Dream” starring the Rascals completed a sold out Broadway run.[4] featuring The Rascals.[5]

On July 4, 2015, Billboard reported that Brickman's lighting of the Empire State Building in New York was designed as a tribute to the Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well shows at Soldier Field in Chicago and Independence Day, New York’s iconic skyscraper turned red, white and blue, with a “swirl of the color spectrum” to approximate the band’s tied-dyed ethic.[6]


  1. ^ Strauss, Neil (June 8, 1995). "The Lights! It must be Pink Floyd". New York Times. Retrieved June 8, 1995.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ Browning, David. "Beatles Paul McCartney 48 Hours". 48 Hours, CBS Television. Retrieved January 25, 1990.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ Magruder, Melonie. "Malibu artist lights up Big Apple". Malibu Times. Retrieved December 12, 2012. 
  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. ^ [1] Empire State Building lit by Brickman for 4 July 2015

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