COVID-19 Stay-At-Home orders have forced all of us to see our lives through a new lens. In this article, Scenic Solutions’ Art Director Josh McEwen looks at how the fast food he’s encountered, while on the road for international client installs, has given him the
Gabby is a painter. Typically, this scenic artist paints on a canvas she can easily move herself. But at Scenic Solutions, she’s working on a much larger scale.
We recently celebrated the employment anniversary of Scenic Solutions’ carpenter, Quentin Gonzalez. He started sharpening his skills doing construction trades in high school. He’s worked in HVAC, plumbing and other construction jobs building for both hospital construction and the military.
One of the newest members of our team of artists and craftspersons, Elsie brings talent that spans multiple departments.
Though January is Jeff’s 2-month anniversary as a full time employee with Scenic Solutions, he’s been working with us for a couple of decades! As a skilled craftsman and artist, we’re glad to have him on our team!
Jesse has the skills to work not only in our carpentry shop, but also in our metal shop–which he really enjoys. He says, “Something about loud noises and sparks flying gets my blood pumping! I enjoy the work, the environment, and the people I work
Though she’s not a stage manager in the traditional sense, she helps to keep the Scenic Solutions management team organized and on task the way a traditional stage manager keeps a production on target.
This month we celebrate the one year anniversary of our Lead Welder, Joel Slanker. When it comes to metal, this man is an artist. He first learned welding when he worked as head carpenter for Dayton’s The Human Race Theatre Company. He sharpened his
This week we’re celebrating the one-year anniversary of Katia Makhlouf, our Soft Goods Team Leader. Katia learned her skills early in life–her mother has a sewing business in Bejaia, Algeria and taught Katia how to apply beading to garments when she was a child. By
This summer, we were proud to partner with Victoria Theatre Association on a very special project: replacing and updating the dome and architectural accent lights that are part of the house lights for the Mead Theatre in the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center