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Comedy Central Roast

Updated: Jul 23, 2018


The JLC Crew sets up the scenery for the Red Carpet

My first blog post. . . .


Hey, so I'm getting on board the "blog thing". . . just about eight years after everyone else. Oh well. I thought this would be a good exercise. My previous web site, which sat idle for a few years, was pretty static. When I created it ten years ago everything was a little harder to code and alter. It was impossible to keep up with my work, and just useless to try and post new things without wiping out the previous site.


So this is now my blog! I have no idea what I'm doing. So it will take a few posts to get he hang of the formatting, I'm sure. But the intention is to use this as a place to post my work updates and discoveries. I apologize in advance; it's for MY benefit as much as anyone else's. Although I think if you check back here every once and a while you might find something interesting.



So what are you looking at up above? That's the load-in of the Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis Red Carpet. It was actually a small setup compared to a lot of the events that we do. But I love Comedy Central; they let me be creative and they aren't afraid to put some money into their events. They get it. They understand the value of creative cool, unique events. Plus some of my favorite people work there too.


This is the main area after the limo drop and security. Turn right after the show title to get to the carpet.

The setup went well, and the scenery looked good. There were a few things I would have changed, as usual. Just a couple of loose ends that I would clean up if I'd had the chance. I'm not sure if anyone else would really notice, but I'm always trying to improve on how we do these events. Plus I "can't put the paint brush down" most of the time. So it's a good lesson in restraint to keep my hands off of the product and make notes instead.


As always, with these things, if you'd like to see more photos, drafting, etc. etc. just let me know! I'm always happy to share.

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