He’s one of the most talented designers I’ve ever worked with,” Bobbitt says. “I had ideas. I really wanted it to feel high art, heavily detailed … He took it even further. He’s created a beautiful world.
— Michael Bobbitt. Director. The Times-Picayune

Adam Alonso is a Los Angeles based Production and Costume Designer. He is recognized for his bold graphic sensibility and uniquely thoughtful approach to visualizing story.

After achieving his BA in Theatre Arts from Loyola New Orleans, Adam became the Resident Designer for JPAS. In just two years, he won two awards for New Orleans best Costume Design and collected 8 other Scenic & Costume nominations. He also earned the rare privileged of designing for the parades and courts of New Orleans Mardi Gras.

Adam received his MFA in Design at UCLA, School of Theatre, Film, and Television in June 2016. There he studied both Production and Costume Design. While earning his degrees, Adam had the honor of being the 2015 recipient of the Swarovski Rising Star Award for excellence in design. In 2018, he was also accepted into the Art Director’s Guild Apprenticeship Program and featured in Perspective magazine. Most recently, Adam designed for the San Diego Opera's The Tragedy of Carmen, NYC Heritage of Pride 2018: Defiantly Different, and Illustrated for Taylor Swift’s 2019 music video, ME!.