Jeff Ravitz, longtime LD for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, got a surprise call in late 2011: The Boss would once again be hitting the road with the 2012/2013 Wrecking Ball tour…
Hats off to lighting designer Jeff Ravitz, who added the role of creative consultant for Live Design’s new TV Lighting Master Classes to his resumé this past weekend. Ravitz, who also serves as creative consultant for Live Design’s Concert Master Classes, led two days of lively, informative sessions on the many aspects of television lighting. […]
Last year turned out to be a very full one for Intensity Advisors’ lighting designers, Jeff Ravitz and Kristie Roldan. There were some repeats of annual projects and there were some unexpected and new jobs. The first show of the year was both. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band has been a client of […]
Well-known for years as Bruce Springsteen’s lighting designer, Jeff Ravitz has since forged a reputation for transforming live entertainment performances and arena extravaganzas into exciting, but also broadcast-proper, television shows.
In the concert world, Bruce Springsteen’s shows are legendary, and deservedly so. A
performance can top three hours, and the song list changes from night to night. If a fan hands him a note with a song on it, there’s a chance he will play it…
CHAUVET® Professional products are out on the road this summer with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s Wrecking Ball Tour.
Jeff Ravitz Discusses His Design For Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s Wrecking Ball Tour, Part 1
Jeff Ravitz has a long history with designing tours for Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, with the latest Wrecking Ball Tour being no exception.
Intensity Advisors, the design firm of Concert Master Classes creative consultant Jeff Ravitz, acted as TV lighting consultants for A Decade Of Difference celebrating ten years of the William J. Clinton Foundation on October 15 at the Hollywood Bowl.
Lighting designer Jeff Ravitz designed the television and live-show lighting for a PBS special commemorating what would have been Buddy Holly’s 75th birthday, titled Buddy Holly: Listen To Me and shot at Hollywood¹s Music Box Theatre.
North Hollywood, CA— Lighting designer, Jeff Ravitz, designed the television and live-show
lighting for a PBS special commemorating what would have been Buddy Holly’s 75th birthday. The program begins nationwide airings on Public Television in December.
Jeff Ravitz created the lighting for the recent Daniel O’Donnell concert, which is airing this month on PBS stations nationwide. The show was shot at the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville before an audience of adoring fans spanning a surprisingly wide age demographic.
L&S Online America, 07.18.2011 CeeLo Green’s Talking to Strangers Features Lighting from Jeff Ravitz and 4Wall Entertainment Los Angeles recently teamed with lighting designer Jeff Ravitz, of Intensity Advisors, to provide lighting for CeeLo Green: Talking to Strangers, a new show on Fuse TV…Read Article Online