Greg Goff is a freelance Lighting Designer, Gaffer, Production Electrician, and Programmer currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.

Credits include theatrical shows with The Acting Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Kennedy Center, Spoleto Festival USA, New York Stage and Film Company at Vassar College, Boise Contemporary Theater, TheaterWorks Hartford, Perseverance Theatre (Douglas, AK), and Summer Repertory Theater (Santa Rosa, CA).

Greg has assisted or been the associate regionally and in NYC for lighting designers Peggy Eisenhauer, Kevin Adams, Jason Lyons, Robert Wierzel, ML Geiger, John McKernon, AJ Weissbard, and Jeff Croiter.

For the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro Brazil covered by NBC he was a Gaffer for LDG (Lighting Design Group).

Designs for musicians include Nelly Furtado, the mashup artist Girl Talk, Green Day, The Band Perry, Citizen Cope and many others.

Brand activations or product launches have been produced for Amazon, Beats, Conde Nast, Dell, Dos Equis, Delta, Nike, Audi, Gap, Jaguar, LG, Aston Martin, Hermes, Mini, Samsung, Tiffany & Co, McLaren, Swarovski, and Nokia.

His work in television includes ESPN, NBC, MLB Network, CNN, MTV, CBS, VH1, and The Golf Channel.

Since 2004 he has been involved with New York Fashion Week in a variety of roles. The is currently the Lighting Supervisor of the Skylight Clarkson Square location.

Creative support has been provided to Warner Brothers, Lucas Films, and DreamWorks.

Since 2006 Greg has lit Robert Wilson’s annual summer gala benefiting The Watermill Center.

Greg has been an adjunct faculty member at NYU, Yale University, and Santa Rosa Junior College.

MFA – NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Design for Stage and Film, 2009

BFA – University of Oklahoma, Theatrical Design, 2004

Member of United Scenic Artists Local 829