Paula Ellisor has been building sets, making costumes and props, and doing spx makeup (since 2008) for the last 11 years. Paula has done work for Disney, Universal Studios, and just about every major theme park and haunted attraction in the world. Her creative style has led her into big name and small mainstream productions. She prides herself on realism.
Aerron Ellisor is an aspiring Scenographer, who has experience in technical theatre and works as a light designer in the concert industry. She received an Associates of Art in Theatre from Lonestar Community College and recently graduated with honors from the University of Houston’s School of Theatre and Dance, with a BFA degree in Theatre Production. She also had hands on experience working at the Kingwood Asylum Haunted House as well as many productions and side projects.
Tresa Frazier has years of experience as a themed wedding planner. Wedding florals are a specialty. Tresa painted wall murals both for residential and businesses. As well as having been a set designer and painter for school plays and Kingwood Asylum. She also does custom costume design and special effects makeup both for individuals and for business. Her business, Tresa’s Creations, worked in sand blasting etchings, silkscreen design and application, ceramics, pottery, accessories, and jewelry design. She also has experience using multi mediums including acrylics, mosaic, glazes, pencil and charcoal renderings, assorted metal, plastics and cloth based techniques, plaster, paper, wood, Crochet, embroidery, counted cross stitch, sequin application, beading and other miscellaneous items. She is the recipient of numerous scholastic awards from elementary thru high school.
We design sets and scenery that aim to immerse the audience in
to an augmented reality by supporting the overall artistic intent of the production. As designers we look at the details, researching ways to produce conceptual ideas that work best toward promoting the content and values with visual elements. The subject of, “How do we develop creative ideas?” is a very legitimate question. The most consuming part of expanding our horizons toward scenic concepts is much more than witnessing creativity, and creative people. It starts with us opening our mind to all the possibilities. To educating, seeking, and engaging in creativity and to be willing to be adventurous, inquisitive and curious. Our imagination is highly visual. Whether outside or inside, colorful trees or concerts, star lit skies or the architecture of a great building, scenic design is a process of discovery. Discovering what will best clarify and support the setting, environment, atmosphere, ambience, & world that is being created.