Thomas Dunn designs lighting for architecture, dance, music, theater, and visual art venues in the US and abroad. Design credits include works with; The Civilians, Gone Missing and Paris Commune, DD Dorvillier/human future dance corps, Coming Out of the Night With Names, No Change or “freedom is a psycho-kinetic skill,” Nottthing Is Importanttt (for which he received a 2007 Bessie Award) Choreography, a Prologue for the Apocalypse of Understanding, Get Ready!, Sens Production/Noémie Lafrance, Noir, Agora, Melt, Rapture and Home, Trajal Harrell, Notes On Less Than Zero, Before Intermission, Showpony, and Quartet for the End of Time. Thomas is the recipient of a 2009 Kevin Kline Award for Outstanding Lighting Design, The Little Dog Laughed, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. He was educated at Bennington College and Yale School of Drama.