USITT Tech Expo displays creative solutions to production problems. Every other year, this exhibit highlights the work of technicians from all areas of production including sound, rigging, costume, crafts, properties, mask making, lighting technology, stagecraft, and special effects. An article describing, in detail, the products and processes used to develop the idea, accompanies each exhibit. The articles are assembled into a catalog which is sold at the Conference, online, and by the USITT Office.
TD Tidbits started for me because I wanted a place to store and share information, ideas, products, resources, and technical solutions. A record of sorts of where I have been and where I am going, and an attempt to not lose all the insights, ideas, and products that I find while in a project. As each project is different, it can be tricky to remember that great product that you found for show x a year and a half ago. My hope is that this blog will not only help with that, but provide a resource to other that will help them as well. More about me can be found on my website: www.ljeanburch.com.
As I have passed my 100th post, and it appears that its more than just me looking at this page I thought I would put a few disclaimers out there. Ideas, opinions and so forth are my own and not necessarily represent the company in which I work. Products and services that I recommend/link to/ or otherwise discuss are done so without any connection to said companies or products (other than being an end user). And while most of the stuff I blog about wouldn't pose a hazard if you tried it at home, before attempting any projects I might mention or recommend make sure you have all the info you need to go about it safely.All that said, I hope you find something useful or interesting as you read the site. If you have questions, concerns, ideas, I can be reached through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.