Category: Design

17
Jan

Frost/Nixon at Strawberry Theatre Workshop

Frost/Nixon plays now through Saturday, February 17th, 2018. The production features an original score and extensive show control systems for live camera and video synchronization with audio playback. Frost/Nixon Directed by Greg Carter Strawberry Theatre Workshop at 12th Avenue Arts Performances by: Alexandra Tavares (David Frost) Amy Thone (Richard Nixon) Sarah Harlett (Jim Reston) Ina Chang (Jack […]

Ragtime at The 5th Avenue Theatre

Ragtime plays now through November 5th at the 5th Avenue Theatre. I assisted Sound Designer Christopher R. Walker on this project, which involved a wireless speaker rig for a baby grand piano. Some design, a stereo IEM, 2000W car amplifier, some resistors and a 12V 22Ah AGM sealed lead acid battery later, we had ourselves […]

Where There Were Woods

Where There Were Woods by Samara Lerman completed a successful and well-received run at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival last week. I was fortunate to work on the sound design and the creative team looks forward to the next iteration in Seattle. Stay tuned for updates. Critic’s Pick review from City Beat. Additional promo

16
Apr

Announcing Kreiva Laboratories

I’m pleased to announce the launch of Kreiva Laboratories – a spinoff from HoganSound, focusing on computer music, creative coding and media control networks for live and installation artworks. The Projects archive formerly hosted on this site has moved to Kreiva Labs, and will be updated on a more regular basis as I get caught […]

Murder For Two at ACT Theatre

I recently worked as the Associate Sound Designer on Murder For Two at ACT Theatre (running now through June 11 (get tickets here), where I was tasked with system engineering and RF coordination. It’s a romp of a show, with exceptional piano playing from Chris DiStephano and Rich Grey. Sound Design by Christopher R. Walker.