El Retorno: Production Stills

Posted on May 7, 2017 in Blog
El Retorno: Production Stills

Production stills for El Retorno / I Return. Written & Directed by Marilo Nunez, Set & Projection Design by Peter Riddihough, Lighting Design by Kaileigh Krystofiak, Costume Design by Kelly Wolf

Fetish: Promotional Still

Posted on Apr 9, 2016 in Blog
Fetish: Promotional Still

Shooting publicity stills for a new project with dancer & choreographer John Henry Gerena. The only challenge with using  old analog technology like CRT televisions is avoiding the frame line as the television refreshes, a 20th century problem. On the other hand the cables are a lot cheaper.

Projection Design

Posted on Mar 12, 2016 in Blog
Projection Design

Rough sketch of projection design for “The Memory Project” by Sector N Collective. On two of the floors of the Cotton Factory where the piece was staged, large sliding freight doors offered unique opportunities for rear projection. Having the door slightly closed created the sense that the projected image was a space beyond the door and  “outside”. Photo […]

Tuesday & Sundays: Stills Shoot

Posted on Apr 5, 2015 in Blog
Tuesday & Sundays: Stills Shoot

Dancing in a country lane – shooting the marketing image for Tuesday & Sundays. Above: the serious approach, below: the more playful solution and final choice to promote the show.

Paradise Red: Stills Shoot

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in Blog
Paradise Red: Stills Shoot

Marketing stills for Alameda Theatre Company’s production of Paradise Red. The portrait of actor Alex Contraras (below) became the primary marketing image but the scream (above) was used alongside to tell you how his character really felt.

Salome’s Clothes

Posted on Jun 13, 2013 in Blog
Salome’s Clothes

A raw still from a shoot for Body Theatre Company. The piece is a promotional video for Salome’s Clothes written by Donna St. Bernard and produced & directed by Clare Pruess. The play features featuring actresses (left to right) Karen Robinson, Neema Bickersteth & Virgilia Griffith.