EOS Background
Programmer and Operator
I started lighting design and programming in school, where I was fortunate to work in the schools 400 seat theatre.
It was there that I learnt on my first lighting console, the ETC Express 48/96.
I transitioned to the ETC Ion when the venue upgraded and spent time on the PC software learning as much as I could.
Other venues I've worked in have also got other EOS consoles so the knowledge is tranferable.
Since studying at Rose Bruford College, my range of console programming has extended to include GrandMA and Hog.
The majority of my programming experience is using EOS for theatre, musicals and corportate.
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Lighting Design
From the first moment sat behind a lighting desk I'd found a practical way of being creative.
I've designed, programmed and operated a vast majority of my work, from cabaret to theatre to live music.
Using Vectorworks and WYSIWYG, I'm able to visualise in advance and plan every detail in a way that means the whole production team can see what the show can look like before it hits the stage.
I've always been creative and theatre lover, I've always been drawing or making, so to be creative on the stage is perfect.
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Aerial Filming and Video
Finding ways to be creative led me to video and content creation. Assiting my dad as a freelancer in Design and Marketing, we started to provide video advertising. It is now the best way of promoting products and grabbing attention and conveying information.
In 2019 I qualified as the youngest CAA Approved SUA pilot, able to fly drones and other unmanned aircraft commercially.
Mixing the flight skills with a creative eye for the shot, it expanded the possibilities in video and content creation.
My experience in video and aerial work expands into theatre and events, using
Premeier Pro, After Effects etc to create digital content for performance.
Using QLab and Hippotizer to deliver content via projection or other means.