About Us

 

Skip Mort is an educational consultant, writer and lighting designer and he has provided lighting workshops and resources for teachers, students and technicians.  He has extensive experience as teacher both within schools and higher education and has worked as an associate of Stage Electrics.  Skip writes for the Teaching Drama magazine and has published ‘Give me some light!!!’ three interactive DVDs based on his lighting workshops.  He was commissioned to write ‘Stage Lighting – The Technicians Guide’ by Methuen Drama/Bloomsbury Publishing.

 

Lighting Services for the Arts & Education was established in 2000 as an educational consultancy providing:

Training and Support for schools in Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, West Yorkshire & the London area

 INSET Courses for Teachers for Bath Heads of Drama Association, Gloucestershire Professional Development Consultancy, Bristol Hippodrome Educational Outreach programme

 Lighting Workshops for Oxford Playhouse Community Education programme, Gloucestershire Schools &  Gloucestershire Drama Association

Training provider  for Stage Electrics for company staff development

 

Stage Lighting Training became the main focus of work in 2005 with the production of ‘Give me some light!!!’ and the subsequent writing of articles for the ‘Teaching Drama’ magazine published by Rhinegold.  ‘Stage Lighting, The Technicians Guide’ was  produced as a conclusion of a six year project providing a foundation resource for students and those entering higher education courses 

  

‘Inspiring to see a specialist at work, especially to see someone so enthusiastic about what he is doing!’      ‘OFSTED’  Ralph Allen School, Bath - ‘A’ Level Lighting Workshop

 

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