Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Ellen
Lampert-Greaux
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Schedule For New York Master Classes: Lighting & Projection 3
An A-list of New York lighting and projection designers share their tips, techniques, challenges, inspiration, and use of technology in projects from Off Broadway and Broadway to concerts, television, dance, and corporate events...
2015 Meyer Sound Scholarships For The New York Sound Master Classes 1
Entries due on Saturday, April 25 for six scholarships sponsored by Meyer Sound for students and recent grads to attend the 2015 New York Master Classes: Sound
Physical Music: A Realtime Cascade Of Images 
The result is a realtime cascade of images on a 16'x 9' 7mm DigiLED wall provided by Video WallTronics in New Castle, DE, and pushing out 10,000W of light.
Hamilton Is A Hit
David Korins shares some of his scenic designs for Hamilton, the sold-out hip-hop opera at The Public Theatre, which has announced a summer move to Broadway....
Schedule Announced For Live Design NYMC Sound 3
Live Design announces a stellar line up for the 2015 New York Master Classes: Sound, June 5 & 6 at NYU.
Creating Visual Rhythms With Realtime Images 2
Christopher Janney premiered his concert/multimedia event, Exploring Hidden Music at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City, where he projected realtime images on an LED wall via the rhythms of his Visual Synthesizer.
How Does Your Phone Ring? 1
Sound designer Nick Kourtides offers solutions to successfully make phones ring on stage.
Michael Curry's Lion Roars For Katy Perry
Katy Perry opened the Super Bowl Halftime Show astride a 14'-tall golden feline designed by Michael Curry and manipulated by 13 puppeteers
Grammy Awards: Light Plot And Gear List  1
A look at the plot and gear used by Bob Dickinson and his team from Full Flood for the 2015 Grammy Awards, televised on CBS on February 8.
Bob Barnhart On Lighting The Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show  1
“We start long before the artist is picked, as the NFL wants information about lighting positions, which we deal with in the summer, and the artist is usually picked in the fall,” explains Bob Barnhart, lighting designer from Full Flood in Los Angeles, who lit the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show on February 1, 2015.
Strand Centennial Video Project: PLASA 1
The following interviews with Bill Parker, John Allen, John Primrose, Simon Fraulo, and Tim Atkinson were recorded at the Strand Lighting booth at PLASA 2014 last October as these UK lighting industry stalwarts shed light on their relationships with Strand.
Strand Centennial Video Project: Chris Beck
Chris Beck is a third-generation IA stagehand whose father and grandfather were production electricians.
Strand Centennial Video Project: Paul Vincent
The fifteenth in the series is with Paul Vincent, president of Vincent Lighting Systems.
Talking With Nick Kolin, LD Of Words At Fall For Dance Festival 
One of the highlights of the 2014 Fall For Dance Festival was Words, a world premiere by Mark Morris and performed by the Mark Morris Dance Group on October 8 at New York City Center, marked Nick Kolin’s debut as lighting designer for the company, with which he has been touring since 2011.
Deja View: Joshua Light Show Is Back 
I was on my way to the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts at NYU to see the Joshua Light Show (JLS) as part of a festival where this psychedelic projection design dating from the late ‘60s was back on stage.
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