Creating imagery that integrates well with scenery and lighting has always been my goal. Artistically, it is satisfying to witness an event where the audience is unaware of what is lighting, scenery, or projection. I believe that the imagery should only attract attention to itself when I want it to, and I can control when that happens. In fact, there is a point in this process where most of my time on a show is spent working with my assistant, who programs the media servers. The imagery ...

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