Date: April 3rd, 2022 - April 3rd, 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Gain new tips and tricks for your lighting design toolbox as we look at the lighting designer’s role from the moment you say yes right through to closing night.
Follow Julia Rutherford through her design process as she shares the skills, techniques, and advice learned over the 12 years she’s been doing lighting design and 7 years in the industry. This includes script work and analysis, working with the director and design team, lighting plans and documentation, tech week and plot, and of course the design process.
Facilitator Julia Rutherford
Julia has worked in most areas of theatre including; lighting design, sound design, set design, operation, crew, production management, and a long time ago acting. However, lighting is her first and ultimate love, she completed her first lighting design at age 16.
In 2012 she moved to Australia to complete her B.A. in Design for Theatre and Television at Charles Sturt University, specialising in lighting and set design. After graduating she moved back to Auckland where she further diversified into sound design and management while continuing to work as a lighting designer.
She currently splits her time between freelancing and her job as the hire manager at Kenderdine Electrical, one of New Zealand’s leading lighting companies.