Written by Marshall Bissett Lately lighting designer and visual artist Anne Militello has been spending more time designing hotels than staying in them.
Would a Source Four by any other name light so sweet? That’s the type of question that keeps some of us at ETC up all night. At some point in ETC’s 40 years of product manufacturing, you must […]
In this recurring series, Nick Gonsman of ETC NYC sheds light on aspects of the theory and practice of entertainment lighting control. Today’s topic: Cue transitions in a mixed-rig world.
With our employee population growing, stories of the “good old days” unfortunately often get buried.
Behind the onstage lighting magic of Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there are a lot of Magic Sheets. In this post, Eos programmer Marc Polimeni talks about building the show file.
Jason Perry has a very cool basement. When he’s not coordinating demos in ETC’s New York office, Perry likes to tinker and invent;
ETC’s Hollywood office has been known to play a competitive, color-matching game with two Source Four LEDs.