Lighting and the Design Idea  by Linda Essig (Author)

Taking a process-oriented approach, this text introduces the steps involved in lighting design in the order they are encountered in practice.

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Book Description
Taking a process-oriented approach, this text introduces the steps involved in lighting design in the order they are encountered in practice. From sensitive and creative design choices, to intelligent ways to implement them, the book engages students with real-life examples from academic, not-for-profit, professional, and commercial productions. Because the focus is on the process of design, rather than its technology, the text will not become obsolete as technology changes.

About the Author
Linda Essig is a professional lighting designer and Chair and Artistic Director of Theatre at Arizona State University. She has designed lighting at theatres throughout the country, including Cleveland Play House, Missouri Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Skylight Opera Theatre and many others. For sixteen years, she directed the lighting design program at University of Wisconsin - Madison. In addition to "Lighting and the Design Idea," she is the author of "The Speed of Light: Dialogues on Lighting Design and Technological Change."