Last month I had the honor of doing a wedding stage design for the first time! My usual work is in churches, and I had the joy of meeting a delightful Christian couple that was having a wedding at their church.
In my last post, I described the Four Circles training experience we created for the 4,500+ attendees at the CHIC 2018 conference. Now I go behind the scenes for those of you who like to hear how things happen — as well as all the things that go wrong!
This week I had the joy of creating an interactive experience for 4500 high school students and leaders to teach them a gospel presentation model called the Four Circles. It was a combination of video, hands-on experiences, live teaching, discussion, and “surprise” art installation that was 16 feet tall and 64 feet long!
Now that I am in the field of church consulting in helping church leaders “get it done,” my assistance takes many forms. One job I have been doing is for University Covenant Church in northern California, serving in the role of long-distance event project manager and stage/decor designer. Last week the event launched and I […]
As a creative entrepreneur, I have discovered one of my joys is a wide variety of things to do — and learn! My day varies from event planning, stage design, wedding decor, church consulting, and now editing a trailer for a potential TV show! How to juggle everything?
At the end of October, I left being on staff at Saddleback Church. How life changes. Now I am doing something very unexpected… using calligraphy and stick figures to make leadership videos!
It’s been a long time since I have done a stage design, and it was great fun to finally integrate one with LED lighting!
Recently, someone asked me to post some before and after pictures of our church stage. I’ve put up pictures and links to the individual posts for details. Compare the before and after pictures — what a change! At my previous church, the color scheme was gold and maroon. This gave a very traditional feel to […]
Although I have been involved in the production of various dramas, sketches, musicals and other creative elements, it’s usually been in a coordinator or producer role. This summer I got the chance to be the drama director of our children’s summer camp play, Superhero Central.
During my degree studies in interior architecture, one helpful skill I have picked up the last year is learning Revit. What an amazing program! Before using Revit, I used Google Sketchup. Revit is the kind of program I have wanted to use all my life. I learned how to draw house plans and model a […]
My last post talked about the Disney musical spoof our staff did for our Volunteer Appreciation Dinner this past weekend. (Take a look at the video!) But the program had many more elements to make this an international extravaganza. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how it came together.
Last night was our church’s Volunteer Appreciation event — a no-holds-barred, all-stops-pulled, over-the-top event for the people we love — our volunteers!!! This year’s theme was “Ambassador for Christ,” an international journey of celebration through activities, video, and even a Disney musical! We had this event at Saddleback Irvine South for our campus’s volunteers, including […]