Our backgrounds in theatre, film, television, music and events means that our team brings unique experience to every project and sets us apart with an intersection of skillsets to better serve our clients.
Kate Ducey (Founder, Creative Partner)
Kate Ducey is a multimedia artist focused on storytelling through moving imagery. Kate has created a wide variety of work in various disciplines, including projection & lighting design for theater, video editing and animation. Recent projects include Common’s performance of “Say Peace” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Editor), Beetlejuice Broadway (Associate Projection Designer & Editor), & Never Sleep Alone – an interactive cabaret created for Virgin Voyages’ premiere cruise ship, The Scarlet Lady (Projection Designer & Editor).
Kate holds a BA from Northwestern University & her MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. Before moving to New York City she worked on television shows in Los Angeles, including It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia & Community. In her spare time she enjoys hanging from trapezes and doing handstands in empty theater lobbies.
Lacey Erb (Founder, Creative Partner)
Lacey is a media designer with experience designing projections and lighting for live performance as well as video design, animation and editing for TV and music video. Her work has been presented at SXSW Interactive, NY and regional theaters, and with various singer songwriters. She has been an animator and editor for TV and music videos with work showing on HBO. As an associate she has worked on multiple Broadway productions, as part of national tours, and on experiential multimedia art exhibitions. She also has a background working as a technical director, producer, and educator.
Her designs have been nominated for various awards in the US and featured internationally at the Prague Quadrennial and the World Stage Design Exposition. Lacey holds an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Patrick Lord (Founder, Creative Partner)
Patrick has been designing and creating in the entertainment industry for over a decade. Much of his work has been in live theatre, designing video and projections for new and classic plays and musicals all across the country at theaters like The Kennedy Center in DC and Lincoln Center in New York City. In addition, he’s designed numerous concerts - from bands playing underground clubs to Grammy award winning artists.
His designs have been nominated for multiple awards and critically lauded by publications like the Washington Post. He also worked as an art director for Quince Imaging, where he developed and designed events for clients like the Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers and more. Patrick holds a MFA from The University of Texas at Austin and a BFA from Emerson College.