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Hello, my name is Michaela and i was looking at your website and i stubbled on your persona dance video. i found your site because my teacher, Owen Chan, told me that you were a lighting designer. when looking at the video, i noticed that you used a lot of side lights and very little top light. it made an extremely cool effect on the dancers and i enjoyed how your lights helped tell the story of the dance. this year, i just finished doing a lighting design for my first dance show. Before this, i never even heard of side light, but with the help of some from Owen Chan, the show turned out to be a success. i thought i would just let you know that your dance show light looked phenominal and was extremely effective. you are a very talented lighting designer, and very creative

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