Elizabeth Boeckman  LC, MIES
Lighting Designer
Elizabeth Boeckman Elizabeth Boeckman is a theatrically-trained Lighting Designer & Programmer based in San Francisco Bay Area, originally from the DC Metropolitan Area. She has designed and programmed hundreds of live events, productions, and entertainment installations across the country spanning a wide range of genres, but most frequently she spends her time out of the office lighting theatre & film. Some recent notable credits include her work as Lighting Designer on Kansas City Rep's first ever all female design team for their production of Sex with Strangers, her work as Lighting Busker for the Las Vegas residency of Freestyle Love Supreme at the Venetian, and Lighting Programmer for Michael Carbonaro's two summer run of The Carbonaro Effect in the Penn & Teller Theatre at the Rio.

Elizabeth joined shop12 in 2018 after completing a two-year teaching contract as the Production Manager for the Department of Dance at UNLV. She has been pivotal in the success of some of Shop12's most recent projects including Circa (Las Vegas), Resorts World (Las Vegas), and Santan Mountain Casino (Chandler, Arizona). She has also worked to support a number of international projects, including The Emerald (Phillipines), Galaxy (China), and Naga Vladivostok (Russia). In addition to being an invaluable member of Shop12's Lighting Designers, Elizabeth also serves as the primary Lighting Programmer for the team's Mosaic-based architecture and architainment projects.

Elizabeth considers architectural lighting design to be the perfect hybrid of making artistically driven choices and creating the most efficient solution to a high stakes, highly intricate game of larger-than-life Tetris.

She achieved her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design & Technology from The Pennsylvania State University and her Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Design from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is a Member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology, Inc (USITT), Member of the Illuminating Society of North America (IESNA), and she is Lighting Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions.