Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Ellen
Lampert-Greaux
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LDI: Arnoldo Offermann Teaches ArKaos GrandVJ Software
Arnoldo Offermann, president of 4SchoolsOnly, is a DJ-turned-lighting designer who will make his debut at LDI teaching a full-day course on Arkaos GrandVJ software, which has personally helped him grow his business to new heights.
Lighting Plots For High Roller Observation Wheel 
Check out lighting plots for the High Roller Observation Wheel in Las Vegas, now the largest of its kind.
Pina Bausch At BAM
A throwback Thursday moment as the Tanztheater Wuppertal returns to New York with Kontakthof
Pictures At An Exhibition: The Projections
Designer Wendall K. Harrington added Kandinsky-inspired images to Alexei Ratmansky’s world premiere at New York City Ballet.
Marvel Universe Live: A Closer Look At d3 
An interview with Ash Nehru, software director at d3 Technologies
Steel Wheels: LED Lighting On The High Roller In Vegas 
Taking its cue from the London Eye, the High Roller Observation Wheel in Las Vegas is now the largest of its kind, measuring 550' in height from its base, while the wheel alone is 520' in diameter.
21st-Century Works At New York City Ballet 
NYCB’s resident lighting designer Mark Stanley stepped into the spotlight with a program by 21st-century choreographers
Home Court Advantage: Lighting The US Open 
Tennis pros battle for years to make it to center court at the prestigious Arthur Ashe Stadium during the US Open Tennis Championships in Flushing Meadows, NY.
Lighting L.A. Dance Project: Part Three
L.A. Dance Project makes its New York debut at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) October 16-18, with works by Millepied, Peck, and Forsythe. Live Design chats with the company’s resident lighting designer Roderick Murray, Part three.
Lighting L.A. Dance Project: Part Two
L.A. Dance Project makes its New York debut at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) October 16-18, with works by Millepied, Peck, and Forsythe. Live Design chats with the company’s resident lighting designer Roderick Murray, Part two.
Kiss Me Kate Set Renderings And Models 
John Iacovelli designed the set for the revival of Kiss Me Kate at the Pasadena Playhouse. Click through the images to set Iacovelli's original set renderings and color models.
Lighting L.A. Dance Project: Part One
L.A. Dance Project makes its New York debut at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) October 16-18, with works by Millepied, Peck, and Forsythe. Live Design chats with the company’s resident lighting designer Roderick Murray.
Kiss Me Kate In Pasadena: Part Two
This is the continuation of Live Design's chat with scenic designer John Iacovelli about his work for the revival of Kiss Me Kate at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Kiss Me Kate In Pasadena: Part One
Live Design chats with scenic designer John Iacovelli about his designs for the revival of Kiss Me Kate at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Spotlight On A Glam Gala 
Al Crawford lights the 2014 Woman’s Association Spotlight Gala.
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