HG Lighting Design Inc. 1460 Broadway 16th floor, New York, NY 10036
Welcome to Herrick Goldman Lighting Design. Please take the time to explore our site and the many images and productions represented here.
HGLD is a full service lighting design firm for Theater, Dance, Corporate Events, Permanent installations, and Museums.
At HGLD we pride ourselves in our artistry and our ability to visually communicate with audiences and clients.
Herrick Goldman has been designing lighting since 1991. His work has been seen all over the world including Brazil, India, Shanghai, London, Frankfurt, Manila, Brisbane, and other exotic locales like Boston, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, El Paso, Maui, Iowa, Benton Illinois and Las Vegas. His work has been presented at Broadway’s August Wilson and many Off-Broadway venues and regional theaters.
Herrick has been honored with the 1st Redden award for excellence in Theatrical Design, & Nominated for a 2009 Henry Hewes award, He is a recipient of Live Design’s Excellence award for Theatrical Lighting.
In the early 90’s Herrick was the Lighting Design Instructor for the MIT Theater Arts Department. From there he segued into television lighting design as an associate for the firm New York City Lites, working with designers Bruce Ferri and Chuck Noble. In 1997 Herrick continued his freelance design career finding a mix of theatrical lighting design and corporate entertainment projects that he could lend his artistic vision to. Having found success in this venture he founded the firm HG Lighting Design in 2006.
HGLD is a design firm with a number of qualified design staff as well as production electricians and programmers available for any type of production or installation. Including AV installation.
Herrick and HGLD’s designs reflect thoughtful collaboration with directors, clients, and other designers, they are inspired by a variety of images ranging from fine art to film and literature. Past design concepts have been based on the works of Hopper, Parrish, Caravaggio, and Kandinsky. Others have been drawn from such diverse works as those of Mapplethorpe and the films of Ridley Scott and Alfred Hitchcock.