Clint Ramos’ recent and current design credits include costumes and/or sets for One Arm at the New Group, Angels in America at Signature Theater, The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide…at the Public Theater, August:Osage County at the Old Globe, Winter's Tale in Central Park, Ruined for the Huntington, Berkeley Rep and La Jolla.
Regional/international credits include designs at the American Repertory Theater, Asolo Repertory Theater, Guthrie, Dallas Theater Center, Baltimore CenterStage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown, Roundhouse Theater, Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, The Old Globe, Chautauqua Theater Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Speakeasy Stage, East-West Players, Folger Shakespeare, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Opera Boston, Prince Opera Theater, Barbican(London), O’Reilly (Dublin), Kanon (St. Petersburg), Rijksteatern (Stockholm), Thalia (Bucharest), Tanghalang Pilipino (Manila).
He is the recipient of the 2011 Craig Noel Award, 2010 Lucille Lortel Award, 2009 TDF Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, the 2009 American Theater Wing Henry Hewes Award for Women Beware Women, the 2007 American Theater Wing Henry Hewes Award for his designs on Madras House and was nominated in 2008 for his work on Edward the Second. Other awards and nominations include a 2010 for his costume design for So Help Me God and 2008 Drama Desk nominations for his set design for The Return of the Prodigal, Live Design Magazine’s 2007 Designer to Watch, 2004-2006 New York Theater Workshop Design Fellowship, a 2006 Audelco Award nomination for Relativity at EST, a 2006 and 2007 Elliot Norton Award nomination for Taming of the Shrew at Commonwealth Shakespeare and The Onion Cellar at the ART.
Upcoming projects include Lush Valley for HERE Arts Center, Galileo for Cleveland Playhouse, Much Ado About Nothing for Shakespeare Theater, DC, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom for the Huntington Theater and Party People for Oregon Shakespeare Festival, How The World Began for the Women’s project and more.
He is also on the board of SLAMNY, a group of New Yorkers dedicated to opening New York’s first sober high school.
MFA, NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.