The demands of touring and writing several articles for other people has prevented me from updating this blog as often as I'd like, which is, I think, a good problem to have. Today I break the streak of non-posting with an art-related post, an installation at the New York City Ballet, which the artist - Dustin Yellin - calls Psychogeographies. Consisting of found objects and paint sandwiched between pieces of glass, they are…Continue
I can’t say that I have made it. However I would like to share some lessons I have learnt or experienced over the short period of time I have been involved in the rental & staging business.
How good do you want to be?
On one of the Creative Stage Lighting webinars, Richard Cadena asked these questions and to be honest they have shaped me in a sense;
Today, a cross-posting of yet another (earlier) blog I did for the geeks and friends at Elite Multimedia, regarding shop etiquette.
"...much like another space we as people in this industry spend our time in - the tour bus - there is a set of common rules and courtesies that act as the lubrication of the social engine, allowing camaraderie and commerce to proceed unimpeded. Let us examine some of the Best Practices I've found over the years."…
Hey ProLightingSpace - I write a blog over at LearnStageLighting.com, and simulcast the posts here. Check out this weeks post below, or visit it right here on the site!
For beginners in stage lighting, one of the ideas that can be baffling is how to wire up all of your fixtures. Back in the "old days" you simply ran control cable to your dimmers, and power out to your conventional…Continue