A little collage start-to-finish of a LED lighting project we did!
This was Audi’s 2014 Pre-Emmy party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood.
My husband and I wired & built all the RGB LED fixtures, while our friend built the sets/backdrop & stage with his crew. We installed the fixtures the day of the event, which ended up being a very warm, typical SoCal day. We got pretty sunburned!
Everything is controlled via about 34 DMX controllers, over two universes. All in all we used around 100 meters of LED tape, and just under 170 meters of 16/4 wire.
These are multi media on toned and white paper. They’re a mix of copic, tombow and Prisma markers, polychromos and Prisma pencil crayons, Kuretake and Faber Castell inks, Sai watercolor markers, Sakura gel pens and acrylic paint. These are laminated in 7mil sheets so they’re quite durable and should last through many convention seasons!
Super proud of these fabric bolt racks my husband and I built.
He got the idea after seeing some racks in the fashion district downtown, and a fire burned in his belly until we got them finished! We welded up some scrap metal we had left over from another project, mainly 2” square steel tubing and L bracket bar, and giant casters that may have come from one of the older Tonight Show sets, ahem. The bolts are on 1/2” galvanized conduit, so it’s all very nice and light, about 9’ tall, and can probably hold a couple hundred pounds.