Posted on December 16th, 2011
Posted on October 8th, 2011
Love having a full circle truss to play with now! The PlexiDiscs are fun too #ProductionDesign
Posted on June 17th, 2011
Earlier this week, our Production Staff did our annual #WarehouseWorkDay. I dedicate this post to the amazing friends I’m so privileged to labor alongside of here at Kensington.
I feel like it was a very successful day. We got a LOT done; we had “fun"; we ate like royalty; and the Lord blessed us with lovely weather.
I took this photo at the end of the day. I may not be a *J, but even still, I derive satisfaction from seeing this record of achievement.
*For the record, the black boxes have been moved and we did sweep, therefore in retrospect, I should probably have checked off the unfinished boxes and retaken the photo…
Posted on June 3rd, 2011
We change our stage with a completely unique design for every event - at least twice per week! I keep common materials as a branded through-line for a series. For instance we’re currently in a Midweek series where every week I’m using our VersaPlast Panels (see Mar. 7, 2011) in a different configuration. On the weekends, we just got done with a series where I was using Crushed Charcoal Aluminum Strips; and this weekend, I’ll be debuting a brand new look for the KCC stage! Expect a blog post soon…
We do it all with very minimal cost; now that we have an established “tinker toy set" of foundational materials. Our volunteer Turn Team is amazing: We turn around or stage in under 90min. Wednesday night and Sunday afternoon after each service. A solid process and good leadership is everything!
*For those wondering, this photo is from a service we did a couple years ago. I liked it and realized it deserved a chance to be seen.
Posted on April 28th, 2011
Back in the swing of things with regular Production Meetings. Excited for coming #ProductionDesign ideas!
Fun to have lunch with the team. Then, while not fun per se, at least we were together to finish tidying up the stage after the holiday and taking everything back to the warehouse. It feels good!
Posted on March 16th, 2011
Being a production designer sometimes means trips to the fabric store and lonely work in an empty warehouse.
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