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Clerestory Light is an interdisciplinary design and production studio specializing in creating unique immersive experiences and dynamic landmarks. With backgrounds in theatre, music, technology, architecture, anthropology, and public history, we seek out the spirt of special places and help to tell their stories. Our team collaborates with museums, conservancies, and building owners to build meaningful experiences, often melding music, light, sculpture, and narrative in dynamic facades, Son et lumière presentations, nighttime forest and garden walks, soundscapes, and lightscapes which inspire and awaken the imagination.  

About Chris Bocchiaro

Creative Director Chris Bocchiaro brings unique experience from his work in both the construction industry and the arts. His deep passion for experiential placemaking has led him to explore a wide range of artistic formats: from found-space theatre and opera, to public building illuminations, to large-scale sculpture and immersive art in urban and rural environments.

A lighting designer by training and systems integrator by experience, Chris has illuminated interiors and exterior spaces throughout the Northeast including immersive environments for The Trustees of Reservations, the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, Apollinaire Theatre Company, Emursive Productions, Boston Opera Collaborative, The Thomas Cole National Historic Site, and The Mount – Edith Wharton’s Home.

Through his work with leading manufactures of dynamic lighting systems, Chris has supported hundreds of projects for globally recognized light artists and designers, architects, and developers. 

Chris is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society and is an approved speaker for the American Institute of Architects. He holds a BFA in Theatrical Design from Emerson College and currently resides in New York City.


About Megan Kinneen

Megan’s work draws from her training in theater design, architecture and illustration. She strives to share narratives and histories through non-verbal means. Her interests lie in finding new and innovative

ways of preserving and presenting historic buildings and cultural heritage sites through artistic augmentations and interpretations. She works in project management for historic preservation by day. Additional design work includes projects with Actor’s Shakespeare Project, ART Institute, Hub Theatre, Revels North, Apollinaire Theatre and The Crane Estate at Castle Hill. See more at

About Greg Hanson

Greg Hanson is a New York City based sound designer, audio systems designer, audio engineer, and musician. His passion for audio production is supported by his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Recording Technology from California State University, Monterey Bay, and his Master of Music degree in Music Technology from New York University, Steinhardt. Greg has extensive experience in immersive theater, live production, and audio recording. He currently serves as an audiovisual designer for renowned theatrical consultancy, Theatre Projects. He is the resident Sound Designer at the McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More, in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood where he previously held the position as head of audio. In his freetime, Greg enjoys studying modular sound synthesis, hobbyist electronic projects, camping and outdoor recreations, and writing and creating his own music.

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