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Mr Jon Davey

Lecturer

Contact Information Telephone: +61 8 9370 6157, Mobile: 0407958695, Email: j.davey@ecu.edu.au, Campus: Mount Lawley, Room: ML1.153
Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 9370 6157
Mobile: 0407958695
Email: j.davey@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Mount Lawley  
Room: ML1.153  

 

Jon is the Lighting Course Co-ordinator and Lecturer in the Production and Design department at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

Current teaching

  • CUALGT502 - Manage installation of lighting systems
  • CUALGT401 - Operate complex lighting
  • CUAPPM503 - Incorporate creative and technical needs into management processes
  • BSBDES601 - Manage design realisation
  • CUARES601 - Research and apply concepts of live performance practice
  • SITXFIN601 - Manage physical assets
  • CUALGT504 - Develop lighting designs
  • BPD3203 - Production Practice 3A
  • BDPD3204 - Production Practice 3B
  • BPD3205 - Production Studies 3A
  • BPD3206 - Production Studies 3B

Background

Jon is a Lighting Designer, Consultant and Educator for the entertainment industry.

With over 30 years professional experience he has worked with many Australian and international artists, venues and festivals in delivering high quality technical production values to a huge variety of performance styles. Jon has spent his career adapting to and furthering the application of the extraordinary technological advances of the late 20th and early 21st century. He is passionate about 'the Stage' in all its forms, and the preservation of the 'Stagecraft' that is our cultural legacy. Add into that cultural legacy the possibilities evolved in the 21st Century and we begin to explore 'the work' with a creative freedom previously unattainable.

Professional associations

  • 2012 - ongoing - United States Institute of Theatre Technology (Private Member)

Research areas and interests

  • Pixel Mapping and Control
  • Pedagogy of Projection Design
  • Serving Indigenous Cultures in a Western Stage Paradigm
  • Stage Automation
  • Sustainability and Resource Management in the Entertainment Industry
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