Jeff Ravitz Lights “An Evening with Lucia Micarelli” for PBS

Jeff Ravitz and Intensity Advisors, created the lighting for a unique and exciting evening of music by violin virtuoso Lucia Micarelli. The show premieres on the national PBS network beginning March 3 and plays in most markets throughout the month. The production was directed by Steve Moss and produced by Mike Burks and Bobby Colomby. […]

Lighting For Kevin Hart’s “What Now?” Stand-Up Comedy Film

Jeff Ravitz, of LA-based design firm, Intensity Advisors, has returned for a third turn lighting comedian Kevin Hart’s stand-up comedy movies, on Kevin Hart: What Now?,captured live at the Lincoln Financial Stadium in Philadelphia. The movie, which had its nationwide theatrical release on October 14, has put Hart in the record books as the first […]

Take Me To The River: Springsteen & E Street Band 2016 Tour

When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band perform, the experience is akin to a marathon: The show can last up to four hours. Springsteen frequently changes up the set list and takes requests from the audience, so every performance is unique. In December, Springsteen released The Ties that Bind: The River Collection, a four-CD-plus […]


Jeff Ravitz was the recipient of the Emmy for Outstanding Lighting Design from the Pacific Southwest Chapter of NATAS, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The accolade was for Ravitz’s lighting design of the 2013 awards program, A Salute To Teachers, and was presented during a ceremony that took place in La Costa, […]

Jeff Ravitz Designs Lighting For New Wayne Dyer PBS Special

Jeff Ravitz of Intensity Advisors was the lighting designer for best-selling author Dr. Wayne Dyer’s newest PBS pledge drive special, I Can See Clearly Now. For his tenth inspirational program for public television, Dr. Dyer appeared before a live audience at the California Center For the Arts in Escondido, CA.

Spotlight on Jeff Ravitz: Homecoming’s Lighting Designer

In addition to Joyce DiDonato, the Kansas City Symphony and its conductor Michael Stern, one of the most magical parts of Homecoming is the lighting design. For each of the very different pieces performed in Homecoming, lighting designer Jeff Ravitz completely transformed Helzberg Hall.

Interview: Jeff Ravitz

Bruce Springsteen’s lighting designer, Emmy collector and multi-cam lighting specialist Jeff Ravitz talks about Jeff Ravitz, wonderful clients and the future of pro lighting.

A Celtic Awakening with Faith Marion Robinson

Experience the Spirit of Ireland like Never Before

A Celtic Awakening took home the 2013 Michigan Association of Broadcaster’s “Best in Category” award in the area of “Cultural and Performing Arts” earlier this year. Now Robinson adds a regional Emmy nomination to her growing list of accolades for the show. “This has been such an honor to win an MAB award and to be nominated for an Emmy award. It is the collaboration of so many talented people. I am thrilled for all of us.” says Faith Marion Robinson


To follow-up the recent announcement of his regional Emmy nominations, Jeff Ravitz has been honored with two regional Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design from both the Pacific Southwest and the Michigan chapters of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). Both ceremonies were held on June 15 in their respective locales.

Showlight Report: The State Of LEDs

Showlight was held last week in Czech Republic, with multiple sessions on design, technology, and trends. One that seemed to really stand out and create buzz among the attendees, as well as exhibitors and press, was the LED panel addressing “the advantages of LEDS, their use and misuse,” with Jim Tetlow, principal consultant of Nautilus Entertainment; Fred Foster, founder and CEO of ETC; Ryan Fletcher, head of product management, lighting, for ARRI; and Fabiano Besio, co-founder of LDR Luci Della Ribalta.


Jeff Ravitz has been nominated for regional Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design by both the Pacific Southwest and the Michigan chapters of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS).