Programming Comedy

One of my favorite things to say is "You gotta do what you gotta do."  In this case, I wanted to do what I wanted to do.  I want to be a programmer on the Grand MA2.  Building from my expeience on the MA1, I was well prepared for the MA2 class at ACT Lighting and was able to ask many targeted questions to aid in my desire to program on this amazing console line.

After successful completion, I got a got from my good friend Chris Landy to program, on a Grand MA, a Comedy Show for Comedy Central starring Daily Show talent and The Bugle founder, John Oliver.

This was a great gig!  I felt great on the console and had loads of time to create, be creative, and generally take control where I usualy had to speak through a programmer of my own. It was extremely enjoyable and I now thatI want more gigs like these:  Here are a couple more pics:

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