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Lights, Camera, Action: TV Lighting Master Classes Speakers Announced Bob Barnhart lit the 2013 Oscars, designed by Derek McLane

Lights, Camera, Action: TV Lighting Master Classes Speakers Announced

Lights, camera, action: it’s time for the third annual Live Design Television Lighting Master Classes, to be held on Monday and Tuesday, December 8 & 9 at PRG in Los Angeles. A Primetime Emmy Award-winning television lighting designer, Jeff Ravitz has once again lined up a stellar faculty to bring the best of television lighting and technology into focus for two days of illuminating sessions (including a tour of a television studio).

Having designed television lighting for concerts, stand-up comedy, talk shows, awards shows, game shows, in-studio broadcasts, news magazines, infomercials, sitcoms, live events, and spectaculars for TV, webcasts, green screen, and high definition, Ravitz is a master at the task: check out his impressive IMDb credits.

At this year's TVLMC, Ravitz will be joined by his friend and colleague, television’s most distinguished, accomplished, and legendary lighting designer, Bill Klages, a seven-time Primetime Emmy winner and the only lighting designer to be inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. Some of his endless credits: Atlanta Olympic Games, The Grammy Awards, The Tony Awards, The Emmy Awards, The Republican National Convention (Houston 1992, Philadelphia 2000, New York 2004, St. Paul 2008), L.A. Olympics Closing Ceremonies, The Statue of Liberty Celebration, The Kennedy Center Honors broadcasts.

The other featured speakers (and a few select credits) from the television lighting field include:
Bob Barnhart, Full Flood (lighting designer: Academy Awards, 2014 Super Bowl Halftime Show, So You Think You Can Dance)
Jeff Calderon, Academy Lighting Consultants (lighting designer: Divorce Court, the original Peoples Court with Judge Wapner, Soul Train)
Christian Epps, lighting designer, gaffer, cinematographer (Nick Cannon Special (Showtime), Dennis Miller America 180 (Showtime), McDonalds commercials)
David Mann, lighting director at E! Entertainment (Fashion Police, E News, all major awards shows' Live From The Red Carpet broadcasts)
Lee Rose, Emmy-winning lighting designer  (Dick Clark's Rockin New Year's Eve, Chelsea Lately, MDA Show of Strength Telecom)
Mark Sanford, video control expert (Emmy Awards©, Shark Tank series, Billboard Music Awards, owner of Sandford Color)

Jeff Ravitz is also the creative consultant for Live Design's Concert Master Classes that focus on lighting and projection, also at PRG in LA on December 6 & 7... register today for the best rates on these top-level professional training opportunities, where you get to meet the stars of the lighting and projection fields and take advantage of great networking opportunities. A manufacturers' showcase at each event shows off today's top gear for the concert stage and televion studio. 

REGISTER HERE and join Live Design in LA for STUDIO LA that also comprises the unparalled two-day technical theme park training with Disney and hands-on courses in MA Lighitng grandMA console training at A.C.T Lighting and Green Hippo media server training at TMB.

NEED HOUSING? We have negotiated discounted rates with the following hotel. If you are attending the LDInstitute on the Road classes, or either of the Master Classes, please contact:

Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA, 91505
$155.00 Single/Double, plus 11% tax
Near Burbank Airport, the 2 LDInstitute classes and both Master Class locations
Includes 24-hour room service, two pools, fitness center and complimentary airport transportation from Burbank Airport
To make hotel reservations - reserve online or call (888) 855-7741 and mention Live Design - cutoff date is October 20, 2014

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