Hi, I’m Nevan. I live in New York, where I make websites and occasionally write. I really like typography, just ask my friends, family, and therapist. About Me ›

A Doctor in Spite of Himself

A Doctor in Spite of Himself

by Molière
Prospect Park, 2011

Here I am as Geronte in Moliére’s excellent comedy, directed by Eli Taylor. (No, I don't feel typecast, thanks for asking.)

Owen Scott, Norah Johnson, Meaghan Cross, Hico Oshiro, and Nevan Scott

Photo by Alex Berger

The Busybody

The Busybody

by Susana Centlivre
Fort Tryon Park, 2010

I played Sir Jealous Traffick in a revival of Susana Centlivre’s Restoration comedy, directed by Raney Cumbow. We had a great time, and got at least one glowing review.

Brad Harris, Chet Siegel, Chuk Obasi, Elspeth Shell-Moyer, Nevan Scott, and James Santos

The Seagull

The Seagull

by Anton Checkov
adapted by Tom Stoppard
directed by Anne Beaumont
Sarah Lawrence College, 2008

Standing: Michael Bradley Cohen, Micah Levin, William Forber, Gary Ploski, Nevan Scott, Zack Chaykin, Jesse Brenneman

Sitting: Rachel Troy, Lydian Blossom, Loletta Darden, Joya Italiano, Mariana Simoes, and Tiffany Chen

Photo by Dan Bretl

The Person

The Person

Gallery Show, 2008

“The Person” was the culmination of a year-long project I worked on as a student of Dan Hurlin’s at Sarah Lawrence College.

I was exploring typography throughout the process, originally to make a performance piece. In the end, I had pieces that fit a gallery show better, so I prepared them and had the wonderful chance to show in the library on empty shelf space where the books were being rearranged.

Brick by Brick

Brick by Brick

by Ross Wade and Nehemiah Luckett
New Musical, 2006

I directed an involved staged reading of this new musical based on the life and writing of Edgar Allan Poe. Our production successfully persuaded the Theatre Department at Sarah Lawrence to mount a full production the following semester.

Brad Harris, Meaghan Cross, Maggie Robinson, Elspeth Shell-Moyer, and Michelle Ellis

Midnight Cabaret

Midnight Cabaret

Weekly Performance Ensemble
Director, 2005

I started Midnight Cabaret in 2005 as a space for workshopping and experimenting with theatre, dance, music, and comedy at Sarah Lawrence College. We performed new work every Friday to a packed lecture hall. At the end of the first semester, I handed off the reigns, and the group has been performing every year since.

Currently

Ty Fujimura and I work on websites for some pretty groovy clients. Please feel free to say hi!

I teach a 10-week course on Front-end Web Development, and a workshop on Responsive Design.