Matt Hurwitz

Surrounded By Hollywood 
Giant insects crawl along the face of a building, creeping into the shadows before reappearing on an adjacent structure.
The Sound of Love 
While Cirque du Soleil's acrobatic performers are central to the experience of Love, it is The Beatles' own music which is the true star of the show.
Live Design Exclusive: End of Cinematics 
While the main focus of Mikel Rouse’s The End of Cinematics is visual--it combines live performance with original music and video/film--the soundtrack is still a key element in the audience’s spatial experience.
Living 3D: The End of Cinematics 
Movies come to life onstage for The End of Cinematics.
A Floating Allegory 
About 72,000 spectators in a giant stadium and millions of TV viewers around the world watch spellbound as a living centaur launches a spear into a 57-ft.
A Game Orchestra 
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and videogames may seem like an odd mix, but for one night this May, this odd couple seemed like a perfect combination.
Widescreen Caffeine 
It's February, and about 6,500 Starbucks employees are wending their way to Seattle for the Starbucks Leadership Conference. Starbucks officials, producers from Production Support Services
Dear Diary: Widescreen Brewing 
What do you call 6,500 people meeting to talk about coffee? A Starbucks convention. Just like the one that took place in early March, when the world's
High-End on a Budget 
The Latin American Equivalent of the People's Choice Awards faced an interesting creative challenge back in October — to achieve a high-end look similar to other major awards shows like the People's Choice event, but on a much tighter budget.
Wild, Wet Video 
Water-screen technology is now gaining rapid acceptance in the live-event industry.
Making McCartney's Tour Magical 
A behind-the-scenes look at designing, staging U.S. concerts
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