Guest Artist, ETC
Nick received his B.A. from the University of California, Irvine. After which he toured and did assistant lighting design for a major theme park company. He attended The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) and was awarded his M.F.A. in Lighting Design and Technology in 2017. He is celebrating over 4 years as Field Project Coordinator with ETC. Previous to his current role, he programmed, designed, and drafted for over 300 concerts, conventions, and festivals across the lighting industry. He enjoys taking his love of lighting design and marrying that with the technical knowledge of working for a manufacturer. In his spare time you can find him on the golf course or in the mountains camping.
Discover the Magic of ETC Eos Family Magic Sheets
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Let's make some magic with a graphic display for your Eos Family console. You can use them to layout channels in a custom way, build tools to make your programming faster, or make it easier to operate with no prior knowledge. We will go over the basic building blocks of a Magic Sheet. You will learn the basics of how to set it up and will see some advanced layouts to give you ideas of how to make your next show magical.
ETC Hands on Workshop
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Get the chance to see the latest offerings from ETC. We will have our newest fixtures featuring Deep Red and NFC configuration. All fixtures will be controlled from the Eos Family software with Augment3d. The special guest will be our newly released ColorSource Spot V. Come hang out, see some gear, and ask those ETC questions you've always wondered about.
Visualizing Lighting with ETC Eos Augment3d
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Come discover how this suite of tools can level up your programming in a 3D environment. When the virtual world emulates the real world it will change how you program. With this tool you can bring your virtual lighting rig into your laptop and program on the go. This workshop will show how Eos Augmet3d can be implemented as a tool to help speed up programming and teach basic lighting concepts.