Coming in Episode 47...
We discuss how to build a client base. Who the heck is Kliegel? What to do when you hit the design idea wall and go SPLAT! is there a good, reliable, moving head for under $4000.00 for a space with a low grid? All this & more! Every Saturday.
Coming in Episode 45....
We discuss how to define a stage wash, Moving lights as follow spots, How did your (Lumen Brothers) education compare to what you now teach, Is there an easy fast way to color balance LED wash units and Source 4s, and a Public Service Announcement from "No More 10 out of 12's" All this & more!
Lumen Brothers working on season 2!
Can you believe it, we are planning Season 2 of our podcast. We are lining up a series of fun interviews and working on ways to to expand our content. And yes, by popular demand a once a month lighting puzzle is back!! Stay tuned for more info about on what is to come in Season 2, starting in March 2018.
Coming in Episode 46...
An Interview with
Kevin Lee Allen
Kevin Lee Allen is an Emmy award winning Entertainment Designer, Artist, Writer, and Producer. He creates for film, theatre, television, exhibits, events, fashion, corporate activations, and experiences. He has worked across the United States and on three continents.
He is a storyteller, a conceptual thinker, a leader and a communicator who translates visions and ideas into physical realities. He has been called an architect of dreams.
As an author, Kevin has written 12 books on Entertainment Design. “Vectorworks for Entertainment Design,” “Entertainment Design: Scenery, Lighting and Sound with Vectorworks Spotlight,” and “Theatrical Design: An Introduction” are currently in in print.
As an educator, Kevin has taught or lectured at Carnegie Mellon University, Montclair State University, Rutgers University and the Broadway Lighting Master Classes.
Kevin Lee Allen attended Montclair State University where he obtained a degree in Theatre and the Lester Polakov Studio & Forum of Stage Design in New York City.
He is noted also for his extraordinary service to his community as a board member or leader serving the arts and business communities.
In addition to the Emmy Award, Kevin Lee Allen’s designs have been honored with BDA and PROMAX Awards for television design. His design sketches are held in private collections, and in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.
Kevin Lee Allen is a member of the IATSE/United Scenic Artists Local 829.