Roma Flowers, a lighting, projection, video designer and screendance filmmaker has worked with theatre, concert and dance productions for over thirty years. Roma is a recipient of the prestigious New York Dance and Performance Award (a.k.a. Bessie), the KOI-USA Knight of Illumination Award 2019 for her projection design for “A Bon Coeur”, a full evening length, solo performer work created and performed by master dance artist, Helanius J. Wilkins and was nominated for the Houston Press Lighting Design Award 2019 for The Catastrophic Theatre Company’s production of “TOAST”. She has designed the lighting for such diverse performing artists as the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Dark Circles Contemporary Dance, The Dance Theatre of Harlem, DanceExchange, the Doug Elkins Dance Company, Doug Varone Dance. Roma’s latest screendance collaboration with Helanius J. Wilkins, “Dirt” recently premiered at the Newman Center for the Arts at the University of Denver. Roma is currently a faculty member of Texas Christian University’s School for Classical & Contemporary Dance in Fort Worth, Texas.