The Man Who Laughs
...a translucent scrim... diffuses Daniel Winters’s high-contrast lighting, evoking the faded, scratched texture of old celluloid.
-New York Times
Daniel Winters' lighting...create(s) a soulful beauty that is unforgettable.
The lighting, makeup, and stage design lead to a delightful cognitive dissonance as we see the familiar–and yet alien–visual vocabulary of silent film played out by the very three dimensional actors
What I was most struck by, however, was how well all of the elements came together, from the acting, to the musicianship... to the spot-on grayscale visual design...
-All Fall Down
...equally important in this production is the technical work, notably the lighting design by Daniel Winters...
Island; Or, To be Or Not to be
"lights by Daniel Winters... are all well-designed and appear way more big-budget than it's likely they are."
-Theatre Is Easy