Theatrical and Special Events Video Showcase
MultiMedia Arts for Theatrical and Special Events
Kevin Myrick is both an artist and a technologist. He studied design and entertainment technology at San Francisco State University, and works as a lighting, sound and multimedia designer, and videographer for drama, musical theatre, dance and variety arts productions in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area.
Kevin Myrick was a pioneer in community and public access television, wearing many hats as producer, technical director, lighting director, camera or editor for studios in Atlanta and the Bay Area, for special events and long running shows including The Make Your Own Break Show and Free Enterprise back in the 1980s, and The San Francisco Dance Channel in the early 2000s.
Kevin was one of the first to combine the emerging technologies of video projection and personal computers, learning computer programming on the fly, to program and project computer generated animated art as part of variety entertainment shows at the famed Filmore Auditorium in San Francisco in 1980.
In 2000 Kevin was one of the first to live stream events on the internet, producing and directing the live video production and streaming worldwide of Bobby Webb's California Blues Festival from the Bandshell in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Combining his IT and Arts backgrounds, Kevin created some of the first multimedia websites for Bay Area artist and arts organizations in the early 2000's, which included both downloadable and streaming video.
Let me know more about your projects, I'm always interested in collaborations :-)