Pablo Diego Antón is a Mexican-American designer studying the art of Lighting Design. He is currently working towards a BFA in Drama at Carnegie Mellon University and expected to graduate in 2023. 
Originally from San Diego, California, he has experience in the local theatre scene since high school working for The Old Globe Theatre and The Ray & Joan Kroc Center Community Theatre. Since living in Pittsburgh, he has had the opportunity to work with Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, City Theatre Company, and The Purnell Center for the Arts on the Carnegie Mellon campus.
In addition to his theatrical experience, Pablo also has picked up other hobbies pertaining to the arts. He is an avid photographer available to take headshots or photos for any kind of event. He also holds a photography position with the Carnegie Mellon Marketing & Communications department. Most recently, Pablo is a beginner glass blower. He has been learning how to blow glass at The Pittsburgh Glass Center, where he is occasionally a teaching assistant for their multiple "Make-It-Now" workshops.
As a designer, Pablo intends to bring his diverse background to all of his productions. Pablo believes theatre is a vital form of storytelling, seeing the positive impacts it has brought to him and his friends. Understanding this, Pablo wants to make theatre more accessible to those who have not been fortunate enough to see many live shows. 
Pablo loves to meet new people and talk about their experience in theatre and life. He is most joyful when collaborating with other designers, spending time with his partner, and traveling across the globe. Feel free to reach out to Pablo using the contact information above!