Pan Leung began building worlds as a set and costumes designer for theatre, film and television.
She has a BS in Technical Theatre and BA in Studio Art from Northwest Missouri State University, as well as an MFA in Scenic Design from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Her design for Rumors by Neil Simon earned an ACTF commendation award at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. She has built her theatrical career with companies including American Repertory Theatre, Glimmerglass Opera, The Opera Theatre of St. Louis, CLIMB Children’s Theatre, and The Santa Fe Opera. She worked as a scenic artist with Lexington Scenic in Los Angeles.
Pan has also served as an active member of United States Institute of Theatre Technology, elected to the member of the National Board of Directors from 2008 to 2012. Not to be confined to the stage, she believes in building experiences that can transform people and our communities and began working in digital and interactive experiences at the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Pan recently served as concept designer for an interactive ceiling display for The 2012 World Expo held in Yeosu, South Korea.
She now resides in New York City developing an Entertainment Technology program with WOS, an adult education non-profit working out of Columbia University.