theatre visual design

“Space, Baby” premiere at The Toast, Apr 17-19 2014

Come to the spectacular performance of SPACE, BABY. April 17, 18, 19 – 8 pm The Toast Collective 648 Kingsway Tickets $10/15 at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets Space, Baby is a multimedia performance inspired by the palate of 1960s sci-fi film which tells the surreal story of a lone woman searching her […]

The Fine Line: Twisted Angels at Woodwards

I’ve just polished up the multimedia projections on this new dance work for Dancers Dancing.  I’ve been working with Judith Garay for years as a videographer and now as a projections designer. For this show I’ve been using Isadora with Osculator, to allow Wii controllers in the dancers’ costumes to affect the projections.  I’ve played […]

Gathering free TV’s for Macbeth: nach Shakespeare

Imagine if, ten years ago, you could drive around collecting free, working televisions until you filled several carloads, then finally had to abandon dozens more because you had no room. That’s where we’re at today, as the dominant technology of our living room becomes obsolete practically overnight. HDTV is sending those heavy, awkward boxes out […]

Flick designs video for Dancers Dancing

I’ve been commissioned to design video projections for Dancers Dancing’s piece Extra Extra, at the Firehall Arts Centre from December 1-4th. Judith Garay, choreographer, has been a longtime colleague of mine, but this is the first time I’ve been invited to enter into the live performances as a projection designer! The work is about media, […]

Live From a Bush of Ghosts

Just finished a promo trailer for Theatre Conspiracy‘s new show, Live From a Bush of Ghosts. The trick was to capture live video projections, two dj’s, and a dancer. And FYI, the HD fullscreen settings on Vimeo look AWESOME. Live from a Bush of Ghosts demo from Flick Harrison.

Flick does video for theatre this week!

Hey folks! Check out this new theatre show, opening this week, which features my video design! It’s about a Vietnam war dodger, now a leftist professor in Ottawa, who begins to doubt his pacifist convictions when his wife commits suicide and his daughter takes a dangerous posting as a middle-east diplomat. Diplomacy by Western Theatre […]

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