Joe Burck The crew worked as had as the cast, especially the director, Joseph Burck, who expanded his usual roles as set designer and lighting engineer to do a masterful job of directing the play.
-Bruce A. Weis
The Island Current
Joe Burck is an artist who combines his expert knowledge of lighting and his fantastic design talent to create memorable theatical settings that captivates audience members and takes them on a visual journey. He creates experiences and engulfs you in the atmosphere.
-Nick Sala, President
City Island Theatre Group
Joe is very creative, community minded and generous with his talents. He has been recognized in our community by the chamber of Commerce at a very young age for his business skills and ability to get back to the community. Joe has spent many years sololy orchestrating an amazing Haunted House that the whole community enjoys, he works with other volunteers to create a haunted house of professional quality. He's serve on the board of directors at the City Island Community Center, which he has been a great asset.
-Breanda Prohaska, President
City Island Community Center
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Pelham Cemetery CleanUp
To attract visitors to the museum's exhibit, Dolensek turned to Joseph Burck Jr. a local artist adept in a variety of mediums, including acrylic and clay. He builds large displays from Legos.
Burck was asked to create something for a vacant store front's window on City Island Ave near Hawkins Street used to advertise the museum to visitors, and he created a Lego sculpture for the museum's promotion.
The black replica of the 1901-era bridge includes both the footings of the old bridge, the superstructure and roadway. It is black to symbolize mourning.
"I was sitting in my Lego room, playing with the pieces and thinking about the scaffolding on the bridge; I realized that I can make this out of Legos," said Burck, has a holiday display in the same vacant storefront.
Bronx Times Reporter
Directed by designer Joe Burck acted as guides and ghouls through the immersive experience that was a real thriller for those who attended.
The Island Current