About Mike Lurz



Who I Am - What I Do


I am a freelance lighting designer and programmer with over 20 years of experience. I have a large and varied background and have designed and lit many types of events like concerts, theatrical events, corporate sales meetings, Association events, trade shows, fashion shows, Press events, political conventions, film openings, social events, award shows, religious events, professional sports events and galas, presidential Inaugural events and many, many more. I offer a complete package starting with CAD drawings and extending through equipment specification, bidding and execution. I have extensive experience with intelligent lighting fixtures, digital lighting consoles, dimming and all forms of conventional light.

What I Do Not Do


I am not an equipment vendor/renter, labor broker or trucking company. I am not an audio supplier of any kind. I am not a scenic or decor supplier. I do not provide or run video equipment (with the exception of DMX programmable video and LED projectors and media servers). I will however be glad to utilize my contacts in those or other fields for the benefit of my clients. I have many contacts for the above services and more throughout North America and beyond.

Partial Client/Show list:


Major League Baseball, National Football League, Centacor, Commerce Bank, Coors Brewing Company, Republican National Convention, Sherwin Williams, FTD, Datatel, Sungard/SCT, Soroptomists International, Project Management International, Malcolm Baldrige Awards, White House Press Agency, Reuters News Service, Sun Chemical Corporation, Astra Zeneca, Smithkline Beachum, Target, Ernst and Young, Northern Virginia Technology Council, Republican Governors Association, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Washington Performing Arts Society, PBS, Time Warner/AOL, MCI,

National Catholic Youth Conference, National Symphony Ball, GSA, US Department of Commerce

United States Olympic Committee, Norwegian Recording Artist Sissel Krykjebo among many others


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