JEFF LARSON is a designer, educator, curator and facilitator of live and mediated performance. 

He is a Southern California native and long-time Brooklynite now based in Seattle.

Jeff is proud of his many collaborations with Big Dance Theater, with whom he won a NY Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award.  His projection and video designs have been featured at venues including: the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York Live Arts, The Kitchen, Jacob’s Pillow, Walker Arts Center, MCA (Chicago), Berkeley Rep and internationally in Berlin and throughout France. 

For a dozen years, Jeff co-curated CATCH!: the acclaimed, Brooklyn-based, Obie-Award winning, interdisciplinary, rough and ready, semi-nomaidic, performance event. 

Other professional associations include: Geoff Sobelle, Daniel Fish, Suzanne Bocanegra and the Lake Lucille Project.

Jeff has been on the faculty of NYU’s Department of Design for Stage and Flim, the Theatre Department at Hamilton College and now teaches at the University of Washington.

Jeff’s Resume
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Beyond his adventures in performance, Jeff is preoccupied by cooking, cognitive science, bicycles, John Brown, AI, astro-physics and fatherhood.