WFSB- Live with New Look & Lighting
Hartford, CT -- After teasing the new set all last week during the evening broadcasts, Meredith Corporation's WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT finally went live on air at 12:00pm today. (EDIT: This post was delayed along woth the original launch so WFSB could focus on reporting the first major winter storm of the season). The following photos were shot during the first full rehearsal on-set last week. This installation marks the second collaboration I have had with the wonderful peopl
WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT Re-launches Main Studio with New, Energy-Efficient Lighting
This is not the first LED retrofit I have worked on. If I had my druthers, I think all studios would still be tungsten. I also imagine that a lighting person at every evolution of new technology has uttered a version of this phrase since the invention of Edison’s lightbulb… Something along the lines of: “Blast, this infernal contraption, bring me my candle and chamberstick, knave…” But we must evolve with the times, and the LED is here, becoming more affordable, and has some
It's been a busy few weeks!
The month of March went a little crazy on me- lots to post about. Two seperate theatre shows, Installation at a TV station, maybe even dabble a small post about my experiences with the recent healthcare exchanges. Lots to post about so stay tuned! WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT was the TV station that I recently installed, and they went on the air with their new lighting in the last couple weeks. I will detail a little more about the project in future posts, but for now- See a littl