Nate Sinnott

Nate Sinnott, a white man with very short brown hair and a short, brown beard
Photo by Marlayna Demond ’11

Associate Professor

Pronouns: He/Him

Nate Sinnott is the Scenic Designer and the Faculty Properties and Paints Supervisor at UMBC. Prior to accepting the position at UMBC, he held teaching positions at California Lutheran University, University of Southern Indiana, and East Carolina University.

As a designer, he has over seventy design credits. His designs have received critical praise in Washington, D.C., various regions in California, Pittsburgh, PA, and many other areas across the country. He is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.

Nate has great interest in the role of computer technology in theatrical design. In his past, he has designed and taught a number of classes that focus on the integration of computer rendering into the scenic design process. Currently, Nate teaches the scenic design sequence at UMBC as well as the practical lab training and mentorship in the areas of Scenic Painting and Properties.

Nate takes great pride in the achievements of his students, many of whom have excelled in regional design competitions, graduate studies, and professions in theatre and film.

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