VIDEOGRAPHY & projection


Tim McLoraine creates video art and projection design that appears in settings as varied as stage plays, opera, orchestra concerts, public art and gallery installations.

Notable productions include Cunning Little Vixen at Lincoln Center for the New York Philharmonic, Orphic Moments at National Sawdust in Brooklyn, The Body of an American at Theater J in Washington, DC, Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio performed at the Teatro del Lago in Chile, and Kurt Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny at the Tanglewood Music Center.

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His concert-based video works include Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex and Persephone for the American Symphony Orchestra at the Bard College Summer Music Festival, and a collaboration with the Capital City Symphony for the Atlas Theatre’s Intersections Festival. Tim frequently collaborates with his husband, conductor James Ross, to create original concert experiments which have included Britten's Les Illuminations, Bartok’s Miraculous Mandarin and The Little Match Girl with the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra.

His video installation all that we see or seem was shown at the 39th Street Gallery in Maryland, and his video piece sit stand lie, Bayonne was selected as a featured public art installation for Art All Night DC 2015.  His experimental film Hontanas won a judge's prize at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Video Fest.