CHAUVET Professional: Lighting Insights July
Lighting Insights
 
Mark Stanley: Living In Light
Mark Stanley: Living In Light
The resident lighting designer of the New York City Ballet, Stanley’s works are included in the repertoires of leading ballets throughout the world, including the Bolshoi and Joffrey. An educator as well as a designer, he heads Boston University’s Lighting Design Program. He spoke to us about creating a living environment on stage with light.
Mark Stanley: Living In Light
Business Meets Pleasure Business Meets Pleasure
Business Meets Pleasure
 
John Garberson of Creative BackStage has worked his share of concerts and music festivals. He’s also a designer of one-off corporate shows for national artists like Sarah McLachlan, Niles Rodgers and others. He discusses the challenges of translating concert concepts into a corporate environment.
 
 
Style Setter
Less Is More Less Is More
Less Is More
 
Victor Zeiser never ceases to amaze us with the way he coaxes a seemingly endless variety of looks (often pretty big ones at that!) from small rollout rigs with a limited number of fixtures. The owner of Squeek Lights, Zeiser shared some insights into getting more out of smaller rigs.
 
 
Less Is More
Jason Aldean Goes Rogue Jason Aldean Goes Rogue
Jason Aldean Goes Rogue
 
The superstar AMC Entertainer of the Year is busting it out on his “They Don’t Know” tour with relentless 90 minute 22-song sets, and Rogues are there note for pulsating note. Chris Lisle has created a power-packed design using 118 Rogue RH1 Hybrids supplied by Bandit Lites.
 
 
Making Music
Video Insights: Bringing It All Together
Video Insights: Bringing It All Together
Last month we discussed how to plan and prebuild a rig, but what happens when you get to a venue? Mike Graham explains how to pull all that planning together to complete a finished rig, using our own experience at InfoComm as an example.
Video Insights: Bringing It All Together
 
Tradeshows
 
 
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