Ryan Uzilevsky is an American film director, projection designer, and installation artist.
He was born and raised in San Francisco California in a family of musicians, artists, and nature
enthusiasts. He now lives and works in Brooklyn New York, South East Asia, and California.
An award winning filmmaker and designer, his work often merges Visual Art and Music.
With projects featured at international festivals, exhibitions, concerts, theaters, and museums
such as the Guggenheim Museum, the New York MOMA, Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Burning Man,
DUMBO Brooklyn Arts Festival, Further Future Festival, House of Yes, Robot Heart, and VIVID Festival, Sydney.
His background in visual effects for cinema warrants an intimate knowledge of visual storytelling, and a firm grasp on
technology. These traits enable him to create immersive experiences that touch on complex themes such as mind/body dualism,
lucid dreaming, spirituality, and romance.
His studio practice under the moniker "Light Harvest Studio" is known internationally for ground breaking work in large-scale projection mapping, augmented reality, and multi-media performance art.