|Born||February 4, 1976|
Livermore, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||San Francisco State University|
Philip Treviño (born 1976) is a Chicano (Mexican-American) theatrical designer based in New York.
Philip Treviño is a lighting designer and scenic designer for the theater and has worked primarily in Dance. The New York Times has called him "a set-and-lighting design wizard capable of his own magic."
Philip Treviño is a member of Pioneers Go East Collective, an "award-winning collective of multigenerational and cross-cultural artists and activists focused on the mutual exchange of ideas and culture. Inspired by W. Whitman's poem Pioneers, O Pioneers!, an homage to the pioneers' search for a brighter future - the collective is comprised of thought-provoking artists from diverse backgrounds who come together to share their experiences. In residence at two historical institutions - La MaMa and Judson Church - the collective centers the voices of LGBTQ and Feminist artists to build deeper relationships with members of lesser-heard communities in New York City and beyond." 
He has designed and worked with:
His work has toured nationally, internationally, and to the notable venues Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Joyce Theatre, Joyce Soho, Dance Theatre Workshop (DTW), New York Live Arts, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, The Kitchen, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, New York City Center, and Jacob's Pillow.
Alternately, Philip has Production Stage Managed for: