Please join us on Thursday 15 February at 7:00PM at the Severna Park Baptist Church or on FaceBook Live for a program from one of our club members, Doug Wood, on “Of Ball and Boxes, An exploration of light.”

Explore how light models a subject using simple geometric shapes like balls and boxes.  A demonstration of how light models a subject and how to artificial light a subject using theatre/video lighting equipment.  The demo will start with a simple flat front light and build to a full rich modeling of the subject.   At the completion of the demo, time allowing, members can try their hand with the lights.

Unlike many photographers who approach lighting from the perspective of still photography or even video, Doug has over 30 years of experience designing lighting for theatre. 

Doug’s work was last seen at Raleigh Little Theatre in “A year in the life of Frog and Toad”.  He has designed lighting for numerous shows at DeepDish Theatre. Prior to moving to the Triangle, he was a regular at Indianapolis Civic Theater.  

You can find Doug’s extensive Theatre lighting resume here

He holds a BFA in technical theatre from Penn State University.  During the day, he is a software architect at IBM.

You can see some of Doug’s images on his website.