CAMERON JAYE MOCK's recent work, hailed by the Los Angeles Times as "lyrical expression...in superb scenic and lighting design" includes a multi-year long project with the Latino Theater Company and Los Angeles Theater Center creating lighting and projections for Charity and Hope, lights, sets, and projections for Faith and Melancholia as well as acclaimed production and lighting designs for San Francisco Symphony's staging of Peer Gynt. Opera credits include scenic and lighting design for Dialogues des Carmélites, lighting for L'incoronazione di Poppea, the US West Coast premiere of Jonathan Dove's Flight, Dido and Aeneas, and Giasone with Opera UCLA, Albert Herring and Don Giovanni for Green Mountain Opera Festival, Peter Brooks’ adaptation of Bizet with La tragédie de Carmen, L’enfant et les sortilèges and Così fan tutte for the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, The Golden Vanity and All the King's Men at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, Berkeley Opera’s L’ Elisir D’ Amore, as well as a staging of the oratorio L'Allegro, il Penseroso, ed il Moderato in Hawaii. Other recent productions include lighting and scenery for the movement pieces Frozen Music/ Pink Noise at Human Resources and Skin! for the Bare Dance Company. His current work can be seen across the US, including work with The Juilliard School, Pacific MusicWorks in Seattle, and Opera Omaha.