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Friday, November 18 • 12:00pm - 4:00pm
LDI Portfolio and Website Review: Lighting and Projection

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All students and young professionals are invited to participate in the LDI Portfolio and Website Review.  
Bring your portfolio and/or device to get tips one-on-one from the industry's top professionals.

Registration for the Portfolio Review is now closed. If you are interested in attending and did not register yet please email deannafitzgerald@mac.com


Moderators
avatar for Deanna Fitzgerald

Deanna Fitzgerald

Lighting Designer, The Heart of Light
Deanna Fitzgerald is a Lighting Designer and member of United Scenic Artists. Her lighting design credits include a wide range of theatre, dance, opera, circus-themed, puppets, architectural lighting and more. Deanna the author of The Heart of Light, a primer for a life and career... Read More →
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Brackley Frayer

Professor of Lighting Design, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Brackley Frayer is a professor of lighting design at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He has designed Oedipus at Polonus at the Delphi theater in Greece, for the International Ancient Greek Theater Festival. Regional design credits include work with Nevada Conservatory Theatre... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ann Archbold

Ann Archbold

Lighting Designer / Professor, University of Nevada, Reno
Ann has designed lighting for over 600 events for theatre, industrials, opera, dance, live concerts and television throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Her design work includes productions for The Malta International Arts Festival, The Old Globe Theatre, Madison Repertory... Read More →
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Christopher Dennis

Director of Production, San Francisco Ballet
Christopher Dennis is currently in his 13th season as director of production overseeing the technical aspects of all San Francisco Ballet productions. He served as the resident lighting designer and lighting coordinator at The National Ballet of Canada for 14 seasons. Chris’ lighting... Read More →
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Christina Giannelli

Lighting Designer
Christina Giannelli has designed original lighting for ballets by Julia Adam, Christopher Bruce, Jorma Elo, Donald McHale, Kenneth McMillan, Trey McIntyre, Dennis Nahat, Ben Stevenson, Glen Tetley, Natalie Weir, Stanton Welch, and Lila York, among others. In the course of her career... Read More →
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Michele Habeck

Lighting Designer, michellehabeckstudio
artist, educator, mentor, maker, storyteller, keeper of cultureMichelle Habeck designs lighting for live performance, exhibit, and architecture and is currently exploring light as installation and sensory space, theatre for young audiences, and the very young. Michelle is committed... Read More →
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Michelle Harvey

Assistant Professor of Lighting Design, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Michelle Harvey is currently the assistant professor of Lighting Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.LIGHTING DESIGN: LOCAL: ShakesFear, Our Town (Nebraska Repertory Theatre) REGIONAL: Stillwater, Fire in Dreamland, Lot’s Wife, What Would Crazy Horse Do?, Unreliable (Kansas... Read More →
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Sharon Huizinga

Head of MFA Lighting Program, University of Cincinnati
Sharon Huizinga has been a lighting designer, programmer and educator for over 20 years, living and working around the world and in many different areas of our industry. She has just relocated to Cincinnati after living in Amsterdam for the last four years where she was up to various... Read More →
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Stan Kaye

Kaye President and Principal, SKDesign and Consulting LLC
Stan Kaye is the founder and principal consultant of SKDesign and Consulting LLC. Throughout his 40 years of experience as a designer, educator, and consultant, projects have taken him to nearly all fifty states as well as Europe, Asia and Australia. He has served as the director... Read More →
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Anne McMills

Head of Lighting Design & Technology, San Diego State University
Anne E. McMills is a lighting designer, associate lighting designer, professor, and author. Her career extends across the many facets of the lighting world—from theatre (regional to Broadway and the West End) to television and theme parks to architectural lighting, corporate industrials... Read More →
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Kristie Roldan

Principal Lighting Designer, Walt Disney Imagineering
A few of Kristie Roldan’s completed lighting designs at the Disneyland Resort can be seen at The Tropical Hideaway, Lamplight Lounge, Tenaya Stone Spa, and Haunted Mansion. Prior to Imagineering, Kristie worked with the teams at Visual Terrain and Intensity Advisors, designing lighting... Read More →
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Jen Schriever

Lighting Designer
Jen Schriever (Lighting Designer): Broadway: A Strange Loop (Tony Nomination), Death of a Salesman, 1776, Birthday Candles, Lackawanna Blues, Grand Horizons, What the Constitution Means to Me, Lifespan of a Fact, Eclipsed, Ghetto Klown. Recent Off-Broadway includes: My Broken Language... Read More →
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Marsha Stern

President, Marsha Stern Lighting Design & Consulting, Inc.
Marsha Stern is an award winning lighting designer, programmer, technician and production manager who’s career began in the music business and spans the NYC Nightclub and Special Events circuit from the late 70’s through the mid 90’s when she began to pioneer using automated... Read More →
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Steve Woods

Professor of Theatre & Chair of the Stage Design Program, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Steve Woods has been a lighting designer for dance in Paris, Berlin, Moscow, London, Athens, Taipei, and Budapest, as well as for the XIX Winter Olympics. A frequent designer for the Jose Limon Dance, Company, he began work with the company in 1988, while other credits... Read More →


Friday November 18, 2022 12:00pm - 4:00pm PST
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  • Session Number F7