TECHnically Speaking: Toni Sterling’s Artistry in San Antonio

October 29, 2021

Toni Sterling Headshot with Red Background

This week's episode of TECHnically Speaking features lighting designer Toni Sterling who recently lent her artistry to Opera San Antonio as the inaugural participant in the Pilot Fellowship for BIPOC Young designers. Read more about the Pilot Fellowship for BIPOC Young Designers, here.

Toni Sterling is a freelance lighting designer from Atlanta, GA. She recently received her MFA at the University of Connecticut, specializing in lighting design. In 2015, she received her BFA at the University of West Georgia and her Certification in Lighting Technology at the Stage Craft Institute of Las Vegas. She has been designing for over ten years and loves to go where ever light takes her.

If you’d like to keep up with Toni and her work, visit her website at

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