CHAUVET Professional - Orlando


How to Blend LED with Traditional Fixtures 

August 30, 2013 
9:00am-5:00pm
Orlando, FL
Walt Disney World 
3410 Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Fl  32830

How to blend in LED with traditional fixtures in a theater environment. The session will review the following: How to transition and replace existing lighting with energy saving LED fixtures; Color – narrow band vs. broad emitting; Design concept; Using the right tool for the right job.

Agenda
Background of LED                                                                    
LED fixture types                                                                         
How to use  in theater application                                           

  • Leko
  • Fresnel
  • Strip
  • Cyc

How to blend LEDs in to your design and theater               
Color – narrow band vs broad emitting
Design concept
Using the right tool for the right job
Playing to your strengths
Q & A                                                                                                
Hands on practice  (3 Hours)                                                             
 

Registration Information
Student/Early Career Member- $30
USITT Member- $60
Student/Early Career Non-Member- $60 (contact Ron Procopio for discount information)
Non-Member- $120
 

Box lunch provided with cost of training

 
 

Presenter

Ford Sellers
Sr. Product Manager
CHAUVET Professional

With nearly 20 years of hands-on, lighting industry experience, Ford Sellers is senior product development manager for CHAUVET Professional as well as three other brands under the Chauvet umbrella. After studying lighting design at Syracuse University, he began his career installing lighting for the groundbreaking show “EFX”, starring Michael Crawford, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

While in Las Vegas, Sellers worked as a trade show electrician and then as the assistant lighting director for the MGM Grand Conference Center. From there, Sellers became a master electrician for Cornell University’s Department of Theatre, Film and Dance. For nearly a decade he taught lighting technology, the mechanics of light, and designed the lights for several of the 11 productions and plays produced for the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts each season.

Sellers’ move to CHAUVET® marked his arrival to the manufacturing side of the lighting industry where his knowledge and experience focuses on the development of new fixtures and educational outreach programs.