Crossfade Concepts

Crossfade Concepts brings exciting and innovative lighting solutions to any production, event, or installation. Our collaborative designers create powerful lighting environments that express and entertain.


About US

Crossfade Concepts believes in the power of light.  Whether in a live production, themed environment, or museum exhibit, the way something is illuminated determines how the audience feels about it.  We take a theatrical approach to all of our projects enabling a strong sense of collaboration and putting the emphasis on clear, effective, storytelling.  The designers at Crossfade Concepts have years of experience in a variety of lighting disciplines, enabling them to create powerful designs that tell your story.


Nick Belley (Designer)


Nick Belley is an award-winning lighting designer whose work has been seen across the world. Nick strives to create a stunning, unique and exhilarating audience experience with every project. He believes in a collaborative, immersive approach to each design, while working with clients to produce a top-notch product every time. His work has been seen at The State Fair of Texas, Cedar Point, Carowinds, Paramount Theater, Marriott Theater, and Milwaukee Repertory Theater to name a few. Nick is the recipient of a Joseph Jefferson award and award. Nick holds a BFA from DePaul University.


Greg Hofmann (Designer)

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Greg Hofmann's award-winning designs have been seen in regional theaters, theme parks, and off broadway for over ten years.  He is excited by any application of entertainment lighting that creates an engaging and immersive experience for the audience.  Greg brings a collaborative, theatrical, approach to each and every design, ensuring a product that achieves the goals of the production.  You may have seen Greg's work at places like:  MCC Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Forward Theater, Cedar Point, Carowinds, and Dorney Park.  He has received a Joseph Jefferson award for lighting design and has been nominated for additional Jeff Awards as well as a Lucille Lortel Award, and several awards.   Greg holds an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.