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Having been in the entertainment industry for over a decade, Clint Ramos has been recognized for the costumes and sets he has designed for theater and film productions. He pursued Master of Fine Arts in Design, Theater, and Film from the Tisch School of Arts at New York University. He is represented by the Gersh Agency. Clint Ramos has traveled internationally to contribute his services to an array of theatrical productions and films. He lives and works primarily in New York.Clint Ramos designed costumes and sets for numerous theatrical plays abroad and has worked with the Barbican in London, England, O’Reilly Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, Riksteatern in Stockholm, Sweden, Tanghalang Pilipino in Manila, in the Republic of the Philippines, and several other noted theater houses. Recent and current costume and set designs can be seen in showings of The Temperamentals at New World Stages, When the Rain Stops Falling shown at Lincoln Center Theater, So Help Me God! at The Mint Theater Company, The Winter’s Tale in Central Park for New York Shakespeare Festival, Ruined at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Mariela in the Desert at Denver Center Theater Company. Upcoming projects include Lush Valley for HERE Arts Center, Galileo for Cleveland Playhouse, Much Ado About Nothing for Shakespeare Theater, DC, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom for the Huntington Theater and Party People for Oregon Shakespeare Festival, How The World Began for the Women’s project and more. Dedicated to art education, Clint Ramos has been associated with numerous professional institutes including The Julliard School, Second Avenue Dance Company, New York Theatre Workshop, and Public Theater. Clint Ramos served as a visiting artist and professor at Georgetown University while also functioning as an associate artist with Red Bull Theater. He is also on the board of SLAM, a group of New Yorkers dedicated to opening New York’s first sober high school.

Work experience

Jun 2006Present


The Gersh Agency


Masters of Fine Arts

Tisch School of Arts at New York University