Jake Fine is a award-winning Chicago-based Lighting Designer whose work has been seen nationally and internationally. He is currently the Lighting Supervisor for the Joffrey Ballet. He previously toured as the Lighting Supervisor for Ailey II, for whom he also designed Meika for choreographer Leila Da Rocha. Previously base in New York, his Off-Broadway credits include: The Two-Character Play (New World Stages), and The City that Cried Wolf (59e59). Regionally he has designed: Dames at Sea, South Pacific, Hank Williams: Lost Highway, The Who's Tommy (West Virginia Public Theater); It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, West Side Story (Harbor Lights); Other NY credits include: Cul-De-Sac (Cherry Lane); The Kid Who Would Be Pope (Ars Nova, staged reading); Cock-Strong (La Mama ETC); Family (Signature Center); A Raisin in the Sun (The Gallery Players); Post-Concussive Syndrome (Abingdon Theater); Alphabetical (Columbia Stages); Multiple shows at FringeNYC, Stella Adler Studio, The Drilling Company; Planet Connections Theater Festival Awards (Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theatre); The Collective (Triskelion Arts); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Sanguine Theater Company). Concert designs for groups such as: Ben Folds, Reel Big Fish, Jack's Mannequin, Augustana, Derek Trucks/Susan Tedeschi Band, Ludacris, Nicki Minaj and more. MFA: NYU