It’s our first two-part episode! Our guest is Greg Ellis (AKA Lazer Shark, AKA The Phoebus Cartel), a creative production and lighting designer who has worked with a variety of performing artists including Pretty Lights, Steve Aoki, STS9, and more.

Greg is impressively earnest as he tells us about how he’s progressed as an artist in quarantine. He tells us about his recent Modern Mythology and Phoebus Cartel projects, the transformation of Pretty Lights as a musical entity, and the power of an audience. Greg also answers questions from listeners about his approach to new technologies, love for the analog aesthetic, and the life-changing moment when his creative process was transformed. There is no shortage of insight as we dive head-first into the worlds of music, performance, light, and technology.

All images by @fabeaux ( Fabian Fernandez)

Artist Bio:

Greg Ellis is a creative production and lighting designer who has worked with a variety of performing artists including Pretty Lights, Steve Aoki, STS9, and more.

The LazerShark
The Phoebus Cartel
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About Remotely Creative:

We’re navigating the ins and outs of creative survival in a remote setting and answering your questions. You’ll hear from professional artists, designers, and a few wildcards about how to stay inspired and connected when working and living from home. Hosted by Robb Fladry, Dean of Students at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD).
 
Submit your questions to remotelycreative@rmcad.edu!
 
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