Dance, art, artists, beauty, and faith
although, not necessarily all together, but in order of importance to me… or not
(TL;DR, Everything and everyone needs a context. Remove the context and you simply have a bunch of things without meaning. This is likely several posts. But read what you want, come back to read more. The title is also the table of contents.)
I thoroughly love my career in the performing arts and being mostly involved with dance, dancers, choreographers, and artists working with dance—the musicians, composers, designers, visual artists, et. al. For me dance is this perfect triangulation of visual art, sculpture, and music that is also its own thing. As a lighting designer dance always makes me rethink what I mean by lighting design. As a production manager I love to help choreographers realize their vision, even finding echoes of my own voice in their creations as we collaborate.
All art is an act of...
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