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Well guys, I finally did it. I started a podcast!!! I’m proud to introduce you to ALT: a podcast that explores the intersection of art, liturgy & technology! The landscape of modern worship in the Western Church is ever-evolving. Art is making a comeback & creativity in worship is beginning to thrive once again. There’s […]

On Liturgy + Icons + Sacramental Seeing

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The Great Tradition preserved & celebrated in liturgical churches continue to intrigue & inspire me… not only my imagination but also my understanding of visual worship & all the PowerPoint backgrounds that go with it. Two books I’ve been diving into lately are “The Anglican Way” by Fr Thomas McKenzie & “Icons: Reading Sacred Images” by Fr John […]

Articles of Interest

  • Implementing Environmental Projection

      I love to hear pastors, worship leaders, artists & theologians speak on the power of visuals in worship. It fires me up way more than all the tech-talk, and it shows that we’re not just a bunch of kids playing around with toys because we’re bored or something. There is something very deep & […]

  • A Story of the Stations

    STATIONS OF THE CROSS: a story of ancient visuals for modern worship Bradley Hodges is a visual worship leader from Alabama who has greatly inspired me this past year. He & his church have been using my “Stations of the Cross” collection, & they’ve been so moved by the idea of the stations that they commissioned an artist to […]

  • A Neo-Liturgical Soundtrack

    (continued from “A Neo-Liturgical Convergence”) I heard Jeremy Begbie (my new hero) speak at a conference recently, and he shed some light on a growing frustration I’ve felt with today’s contemporary, modern worship landscape. “The emotional bandwidth of today’s worship music is very narrow.”  I would say the same goes for most of today’s worship media. […]

  • The Vision of the Visual Worship Tribe

    Creative projection is just a trend. But visual worship is a movement. For the last decade, a tribe has been forming around the radical notion that we can worship through what we see. Our tribe is made up of tech artists, creative directors, worship leaders, engineers, graphic designers, filmmakers, storytellers, volunteers, projection wizards, lighting gurus, […]

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Apps + Visuals

ProPresenter & ProVideoPlayer 2 are my go-to apps for projection. I've also created a handful of digital illuminations, many of which come FREE with the purchase of software.

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"The Guidebook for Visual Worship" & the Visual Workshop series are designed to train & inspire your visual worship team.

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