This mandala began as an image of the Milky Way, and then appeared to form out of the stars. A magical ending to a beautiful show. The Oldest Boy, San Diego Rep. Set:Sean Fanning, Lighting:Jen Setlow, Costumes:Jennifer Brawn Gitting With Ron Logan
The Oldest Boy, San Diego Rep The director wanted 10,000 monks for the coronation scene. My team gave them to him, animated. With Ron Logan Set:Sean Fanning, Lighting:Jen Setlow, Costumes:Jennifer Brawn Gitting
Lizard Boy, Diversionary Theater A great musical with a comic book aesthetic, this show featured actors very close to the projection surface and very intense hues in a tight, low, front projection space - an engineering challenge that was immensely satisfying to meet. With Ron Logan, who also did the set. Lighting: Curtis Mueller. Projection Art: Justin Huertas
Lizard Boy, Diversionary Theater The fight scene, a super kinetic strobing animated background synced to the lights and action. With Ron Logan. Lighting: Curtis Mueller. Projection Art: Justin Huertas
Jim Leaming in This Wonderful Life North Coast Rep, 2014. This hugely entertaining one man show incorporated projections immersively, with the actor often playing off of or appearing to be embedded in the video elements. With Eileen McCann. Set: Marty Burnett. Lights: Aaron Rumley
The Oldest Boy San Diego Rep, 2015 This huge mountain was revealed at the end of Act 1 after a long and high speed flyover video sequence from Berkeley to Tibet. Set designer Sean Fanning and lighting designer Jen Setlow worked with video to make the projected images blend into the physical set. Costumes by Jennifer Brawn Gittings. With Ron LoganGo to link
La Jolla Playhouse Five interconnected sound systems in separate spaces, 150K lumens of projection, and a live concert by the Flaming Lips with live created video. Oh, and go from dinner to concert in 15 seconds. Why not. With Eric May, Marilia Maschion and Chris Luessmann.
This Wonderful Life North Coast Rep, 2014 Video montage created to premade soundtrack. THis was fun because up to this point in the show, all content had been black and white. When George finds himself in Pottersville, suddenly there is color - intense, garish, wildly hued color. With Eileen McCann
La Jolla Playhouse Just threw this in as an example of why solid show control and networking are so important to good creative workflow.
Glengarry Glen Ross, La Jolla Playhouse. An 8' x 4' fish tank was too heavy, so we did a virtual one. Very tricky to shoot for the illusion of depth. Actors only a few feet away did not realize it was a video, and were tapping on the "fish tank". They even named the fish before they finally understood that they weren't real - Glen, Garry and Ross. With Eric May
Page background: Custom made rain on window animation for Oldest Boy