Tag Archives: lighting design

Blood Bath | Lighting Design

Blood Bath | Lighting Design

This lighting and projection design was a challenge and I’m very pleased with the results. For the lights, I only had 8 dimmers to work with. For projection, I utilized Isadora.

Photos courtesy of Pandemic Collective.

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Cock | Lighting Design

Cock | Lighting Design

What a fun and frustrating challenge this show was – directed by Robert Kramer, starring Michael and Rachel Bouchard, Brian Landis Folkins and Chris Kendall. The script, by Mike Bartlett, describes that the show should have no set, no lights, no sound, no props. What? What?! While that can mean endless possibility, it can also easily cause “deer in the headlights” reaction. Set designer Christopher Waller started off the design team with a fantastic idea to create a cock fighting ring set up in the theater. That risky idea created a unique setting in which I could play with lighting (again, pretty much in the round) against a black and dull metallic background. Robert wanted us designers to have a lot of creative license, so he didn’t push too much with ideas, but did know that he wanted a dark, shadowy design that would cause actors to walk in and out of the light to help drive the scene. 

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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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Buried Child | Lighting Design

Buried Child | Lighting Design

Buried Child at The Edge Theater in Lakewood, Colorado. Directed by Rick Bernstein. Photos by Rachel Graham

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