Lighting Designer [LD]

What is a Lighting Designer?

A live event lighting designer is that is in charge of creating and managing all aspects of lighting for a production. They work with the artistic and production staff to bring the producers plans and vision to reality.

Shoflo’s Definition: Head honchos of the lighting department on show site. They may design what the show will look like, how many lights should be above the stage, etc. The LD will be in the front of house with a lighting console, where they program and perform the show.

the console where a LD sits to control all of the lights at a live event

Shoflo Explained

Production Cue Sheet/Rundown Software

Other Terms

Production Cue Sheet

A production cue sheet is an item-by-item sequence of events that will happen within a show. The detailed outline shows…

Production Assistant [PA]

An assistant to the producer who supports many different tasks at an event as needed.

Production Schedule

A production schedule is a report that shows where all live event personnel should be during set up, show and…

Green Room

A Green Room is an area or room, usually backstage, where the talent or presenter wait for their time to…

About Shoflo

Shoflo is an Orlando based company focused on software solutions for the broadcast and live event production industry.