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 […]
Since I moved away from my previous church a year and a half ago, I have not had a chance to work on an original stage design until a few months ago. I was really happy to have the opportunity to create a stage design for our campus, Saddleback Church Irvine South.
Since moving down to Southern California, I have not blogged too much other than design stuff. Part of this is because I was busy doing so many things! Besides managing the household and freelancing as a graphic designer, I also was in three schools at once. I continued in my master’s-level interior design class at […]
During Easter, our pastor decided that he wanted to tell the Easter story from the point of view of Peter. He even dressed up and spoke first-person, as if he were a modern-day fisherman. The set needed to support the story, so we went with an abstract ocean set, using waves of fabric.
Sometimes no matter our efforts, the best of intentions for stage designs just do not come together. This is the story of the journey of a stage design that ended up being mercilessly cut — after about 20 hours of work on the design alone! Here is a step-by-step list of how to develop a […]
Nov 25th — December came early this year! We were still November and it was time to decorate for the first Sunday of December! We tore our previous set down as soon as the Abraham Epic was over, and it was time to put up our December stage design before Thanksgiving even came around! Little […]