Song Yi has experience in theatrical scenic and production design in theatre and film with an extensive background in architecture, interior, and display design. Song Yi is a visual storyteller using the spatial element as a tool to investigate the actions of the story.
Her scenic designs include 'The Latrell Show' (2021, presented by IAMA Theatre Company, Los Angeles, CA) by Brandon Kyle Goodman and co-directed by Stefanie Black and Devere Rogers, 'The Unseen Hand / Killers's Head' (2020, nominated for the 31st Ovation Awards) by Sam Shepard and directed by Darrell Larson at Odyssey Theatre Ensemble (Los Angeles, CA), 'Driving Wilde' (2019) by Jacqueline Wright and directed by Bart DeLorenzo at Theatre of Note (Los Angeles, CA), 'Through the Leaves' (2018) and 'The Seagull' (2017) at CalArts. Song Yi was an assistant scenic designer on CNP production 'Fore!' (2017) and an assistant art director for K-Pop music video, SISTAR's 'SHAKE IT' (2015), and commercials in Korea. Also, have collaborated with Dance, Music and Film School.
Song Yi received a Master’s in Design and Production from California Institute of the Arts in 2019 and an Undergraduate Degree in Industrial Design, specifically Space Design from Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea.