Speak Easy: Joe Tilford - Cincinnati Magazine
Cincinnati Ballet celebrates its first 50 years with the world premiere of King Arthur’s Camelot, in which set designer Joe Tilford places the classic tale in a world of illusion and grandeur.
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"The Fantasticks" - Explore | Imagined Spaces
Element 3: Distribution. Distribution is, in essence, dramatic visibility. As such, the whole stage does not have to be lit with the same intensity, as not all parts of the stage are going to be equally important in each scene. Light from different directions will lend different effects to any given scene. Light from below casts shadows on an actor’s face, and light from directly above will provide little to no illumination.
Interview: Jonathan Schoonover
For being relatively young, NYC-based photographer Jonathan Schoonover has a signature style in hand. Currently pursuing his MFA in Photography at the School of Visual Arts, he also spends his time shooting still life, portraits, and dodging blood spray while shooting amateur wrestling matches for an ongoing project. The latter is actually a family affair–he has been shooting indie […]
A Past That Is Forever Reinvented (Published 2007)
Some of her major contributions were the elimination of shadows by using floods of upstage lighting and controlling angles and mass of illumination to create contrasts without shadows. "Some of the signature lighting she did for Balanchine and the diagonal shaft of light she created for Graham (lovingly referred to by her as "Martha's Finger of God"), are now in such widespread use by dance companies of every style that they have become standards of the lighting repertoire."