Yu-Hsuan Chen is a New York City based set and production designer born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. She received her MFA in Design for Stage and Film at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. Working among theater, film, event and exhibition, she is always excited to work with collaborators to tell stories through space and visuals, creating a world for compelling souls to live in.
Selected theater credits include: Measure For Measure (The Public Mobile Unit), Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (WP Theater / 2nd Stage), Paradise Blue (Long Wharf Theatre, CT), What To Send Up When It Goes Down (ART/NY Theatre, NYC), The Homecoming Queen & Nomad Motel (Atlantic Theater Company, NYC), Dancing at Lughnasa & M. Butterfly & Great Expectations (Everyman Theatre, MD), Dying In Boulder (La MaMa, NYC) Inanimate & Locked Up Bitches (The Flea Theater, NYC), Agnus (The Lion Theatre, NYC), SKiNfolK (Ars Nova, NY), The Hummm (Dixon Place, NY). She was also an assistant designer on Broadway shows including The Nap, Tootsie and Kiss Me Kate.
Her film credits include the set designer in feature film KANO (Taiwan) and Conspiracy (Taiwan). Her production design "JIE-JIE" won the HBO Asian Pacific American Visionary Award and is distributed by HBO.
Production design Fashion film "Stuck Inside" is screened in Paris at the A Shaded View on Fashion Film festiva and took down the emerging talent award.
Production design "Pregnant" won Best Production Design in First Run Festival. Production design "Music Everywhere" is shortlisted at the AICP Awards and won a prize at the Porsche Ad Awards in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
She is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local 829
劇場設計作品橫跨紐約大小劇場、外百老匯及美國多州地方劇場。參與多部百老匯製作包括《Tootsie(窈窕淑男)》、《Kiss Me Kate(刁蠻公主)》、《The Nap》、《Six》等。
美國劇場與電影設計師公會Local USA 829會員。