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Robyn Raley Joyce
  • Hartford, CT
  • United States
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Robyn Raley Joyce replied to Justin Lang's discussion What tool is your "Goto Tool" When Designing in the group Lighting Designers
"Good question. My research images - I love searching for images that inspire my concepts & color/gobo choices."
Mar 18, 2011
Robyn Raley Joyce replied to cody stoltz's discussion How to get into it. in the group Pyro!
"Hi Cody! Just a thought for you: a great way to learn about pyro is to be hired by a company like Walt Disney World. Their pyro training course is phenominal and includes hands-on experience. While other companies, like Pyrotechnico, offer a…"
Mar 18, 2011
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We need to teach all sorts of people how to pull off our shows. The Good, The Bad and the...where the hell is that kid!?!
Mar 18, 2011
Kyle Russelburg and Robyn Raley Joyce are now friends
Feb 13, 2011
Axel Sundbotten replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"Hello. I have been a pyro professional in Norway for 15 years. I mainly use a manual 12v system with 50 to 100 switches. A lot cheaper than Pyro Digital, but some more wire-work."
Sep 7, 2010
Steve Shelley left a comment for Robyn Raley Joyce
"Hi Robyn; look for the two old duffers wandering the aisles with the bright green hats. that **should** be us..... see you there. steve"
Mar 8, 2010
Robyn Raley Joyce left a comment for Steve Shelley
"Looking forward to seeing you at USITT:)"
Mar 7, 2010
Jim Honsaker replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"I had myself mixed up. Time code is far more exact (assuming it was programmed properly). But you can never take the human factor out of the equation. I find it depends on the show itself. Some shows need the electrical firing systems like Fire One,…"
Jan 11, 2010
Robyn Raley Joyce replied to Matt Derksen's discussion LED PAR gel/diffusers
"We used R100 in our LED PARs at Comedy Warehouse because the lenses cut the output too much. It worked great! "
Dec 4, 2009
Robyn Raley Joyce is now friends with Hanna Evans and Kyle Russelburg
Dec 4, 2009
Robyn Raley Joyce replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"Is there anything you can wear that will keep your arm from getting blown off by a 4" salute? On the serious side, there are some companies who's idea of safety gear stops at hard hats and glasses. What do you guys consider the minimum of…"
Sep 15, 2009
Robyn Raley Joyce and Lee are now friends
Sep 15, 2009
Bernie Durgin replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"That is a debate that has gone through this industry for years. I am on the electrical end of the spectrum. Having done both and having to deal with the after math of some one getting hurt from hand firing. I will electrical fire when ever possible.…"
Aug 20, 2009
Robyn Raley Joyce replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"I will give you that - the adrenaline rush is awesome (although my family thinks I'm crazy!) How does hand firing make things more exact than digital? "
Aug 19, 2009
Jim Honsaker replied to Robyn Raley Joyce's discussion Hand Firing vs. Digital Firing Systems in the group Pyro!
"Really it depends on what you're trying to do. Digital firing systems are great for a show that is timecoded and pre designed, whereas hand firing is great for when things need to be exact. Alot of the decision about using either is based off…"
Aug 19, 2009
Robyn Raley Joyce replied to Doyle Martin's discussion Where have the Lighting Techs gone? in the group Lighting Professionals
"As one of the younger set who many times is an LD/ME/Production Electrician, I disagree. Yes, technology is improving to where traditional maintenance is less necessary, but new technology still has its flaws and maintenance needs, especially when…"
Aug 19, 2009

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What's your current occupation?
Lighting Coordinator/Designer - Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts
Where did you learn your craft?
American University
Who have you worked for or where have you worked in the past?
Wayside Theater, Hangar Theater, Red Barn Playhouse, Interlochen Arts Academy, Roundhouse Theater, Woolly Mammoth Theater, Alden Theater, Shakespeare Theater, Walt Disney World
What's your favorite new technology?
HES Shoguns
Do you have any words of wisdom for your fellow lighting pros?
Keep the faith and all will be illuminated!
Do you currently subscribe to PLSN?
Yes

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At 5:06am on March 8, 2010, Steve Shelley said…
Hi Robyn; look for the two old duffers wandering the aisles with the bright green hats. that **should** be us..... see you there. steve
 
 
 

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