- Redfining entertainment architecture as a unique creative discipline
- Adapting a design approach for an diverse portfolio of work: from permanent and semi-permanent buildings, live productions, master planning and more
- How pioneering rock shows are staged and toured – from initial idea, to final production
- Creating theatrical design for The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
- Working at the intersection of architecture and performance
- Ensuring design intent is maintained while delivering extraordinary, yet feasible and functional buildings and structures
Ray Winkler, CEO of Stufish Entertainment Architects, in conversation with V&A Senior Curator Victoria Broackes
Ray Winkler is CEO and design director of Stufish Entertainment Architects and has spent twenty years designing theatrical projects, live touring shows and spectacular one-off productions including the London 2012 Handover at the Beijing 2008 Olympics Closing Ceremony. He has worked with some of the biggest names in popular entertainment, including Pink Floyd, U2, The Rolling Stones, Robbie Williams, and Cirque du Soleil.