Ed Burzycki has been designing audiovisual projects for more
than 20 years.
Burzycki started out climbing telephone poles for the family CATV system.
This interest in high places evolved
into work in broadcast radio and television,
including WGN Chicago, KWGN Denver, KOA Denver, and KSPN Aspen, Colorado,
which was an initial installation. He has a 1st Class Fcc Commercial License.
Burzycki's interest in lasers started out as a high school science project.
This took a career turn
when he played a commercial for Laserium on
the local radio station. A friend went to work with Laserium
first, and Ed
followed. Ed continued with Laserium and Laser Creations UK, Ltd(now Lci)
18 years. The laser light show career has caused travel
halfway around the world, including Grand World
Theme Park, Guangzhou,
China, Expo '92, Sevilla, Spain, Rock Circus, London, and
Really Useful Theater Company, London, etc.
Laura Hernandez-Andrade was born in Arcos de la Frontera,
This is a "Pueblo Blanco" of Southern Spain that has Moorish origins.
for Laura was in Cadiz, a world class city that boasts outstanding
brandy, exceptional seafood, dancing horses,
and the only Feria festival
that was permitted under the Franco regime.
After a typical
and traditional upbringing which included becoming a
gourmet cook, she decided that video and audiovisual work
calling in 1989. The training included English and video classes in old
was her chosen and preferred residence as long as I
have known her.
I travelled together after meeting and working together at the
Italian Pavilion of Expo '92. She
returned with me to London where she
took a position as a video operator at the Framestore post production
She handled film to tape transfers for "Gulliver's Travels" amongst
others. She also learned
that the real work was handled by people with
travelled together to Los Angles in 1997. I would take on industrial work,
Laura to develop her design interests.
Laura would go to school, first to
Santa Monica College. She was completely gobsmacked the day the
to Ucla arrived. Laura had been to orientation at Ucla, but they
refused to tell her if she was accepted, as she
was a transfer student.
So she spent that day with many unanswered questions. The day of
she heard the mailman arrive, asked if I would check the mail.
I went to look, and told her she needed to
do the checking. She floated
across the room with the envelope to eyes, then to chest for a hug,
to eyes, and more envelope hugs. There rest has been history,
and a MFA from Ucla Design|Media Artsin
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