Tatiana Kahvegian is a set designer and visual artist based in Brooklyn-NY. She is originally from São Paulo-Brazil and is of Armenian descent. Tatiana has recently finished her MFA at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Before coming to NY, she worked as a set designer, art director, and assistant art director in films, advertising, and TV series. Before that, she worked as an architect. And way before that, she built maquettes out of paper, scavenged household material, colored pencils, magic tape, and used Lego miniatures as scale figures. Recent work includes The Late Wedding (directed by Aileen McGroddy @ The Pell Chafee Performance, PV) and the United Nations Population Fund’s campaign Invest in Women and Girls in Humanitarian Crises (co-created, co-directed, and co-performed with Camilla Dely).