Tag Archives: lighting

MF-er with the Hat | Lighting Design

MF-er with the Hat | Lighting Design

Motherfucker with the Hat at The Edge Theater, directed by Josh Hartwell.  Photos by Rachel Graham.

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Ludlow 1914 | Lighting Design

Ludlow 1914 | Lighting Design

Through tons of (unfortunate) politics (not from LIDA) and a long, long daily commute, I recently completed my first show with the LIDA Project. Put on at THEATREWORKS in Colorado Springs, this show was commissioned to remember the 100th anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre, a horrific event in Colorado’s history, that, while not well publicized or taught, was the ignition for a lot of union movement back in the day.

Directed by Brian Freeland, the show took lots of blood, sweat and tears from all involved. SteeVee Dee (Steven Deidel), Scenographer, worked long and hard to try to achieve big results with little resources. It was a fantastic experience co-designing with him on this project.

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Daily Inspiration 7.24.13 – Instrumented Bodies: Digital Prostheses for Music and Dance

Daily Inspiration 7.24.13 – Instrumented Bodies: Digital Prostheses for Music and Dance

Lately, I have been looking more and more into interactive digital and lighting installations. Truthfully, I am becoming a bit obsessed. Here, I’ve found a video from IDMIL on YouTube about their project which utilizes 3-D printing, LED lighting, sensors and computer software to create wearable musical instruments for dancers. A great concept, I think with time we will see lots of advances in this type of technology.

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