"Launched in 2015, High End Systems’ Hog Factor is a collegiate lighting programming competition held in conjunction with major trade shows in North America and across the globe. Student teams are given the opportunity to program and operate lighting demonstrations using the Hog 4 control platform, along with the chance to win individual and school prizes."
- High End Website
"Devil Went Down To Georgia"
Music by The Charlie Daniels Band
1st Place in the Hog Factor Contest 2017
LDI Conference Las Vegas, NV
Designed and Programed by Kit Baumer, Caitlin Eby,, and Szu Wang
Programed on the Roadhog, Performed on a Hog 4
The Chauvet Student Showcase is a chance for students from invited schools to display their lighting design and programming talents to local lighting industry professionals invited to the event by Chauvet. The schools invited to the 2017 Student Showcase were UCLA, USC, Cal Arts, and CSULB. We were given approximately a week to pick a song and storyboard our lighting looks. The day of the showcase each school had an hour and a half to program and run their song before presenting the finished show to the invited guests.
"WE THE PEOPLE"
Music by A Tribe Called Quest
Chauvet Student Showcase 2017
Theme: In Memoriam
The Montebello Theatre in Hollywood, Ca
Designed and Programed by Kit Baumer, Caitlin Eby,   Paul Tran, and Szu Wang
GrandMA 2 Console
"WE THE PEOPLE" Storyboards
Music by A Tribe Called Quest
Chauvet Student Showcase 2017
Created by Kit Baumer in Vectorworks 2017
Presented in Keynote
"SATISFIED"
Music by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Advanced Lighting Design Project Fall 2016
Current Event Topic: HeForShe and the need for feminism
Light Lab at California State University, Long Beach
Designed and Programed by Kit Baumer
GrandMA PC Console
"WHEN THE DAY MET THE NIGHT"
Music by Panic! At the Disco
Advanced Lighting Design Project Fall 2015
Topic: What brings you JOY
Studio Theatre, California State University, Long Beach
Designed and Programed by Kit Baumer
ETC ION Console using MIDI Time-Coding through Q-Lab

MOVING LIGHT PROGRAMING