Huntington's book Show Networks and Control Systems is the leading book in the field. The book was first published as Control Systems for Live Entertainment by Focal Press in 1994, and was revised in 2000 and 2007. In 2012, Huntington started self publishing the book, renamed it, and extensively expanded the networking coverage.
Mr. Huntington has written more than 40 published articles, one of which--Rethinking Entertainment Technology Education--won USITT's Herbert D. Greggs Merit award in 2004. He has sound designed over 20 productions in New York City and regional theatres like Seattle Rep, and has given more than 50 master classes, workshops, presentations, papers, and talks at conferences and trade shows throughout the United States.
In 2005, Mr. Huntington was appointed by ESTA’s Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) as one of 12 "Subject Matter Experts", who created certification test for entertainment electricians.
Mr. Huntington taught as a visiting professor at the Yale School of Drama for 14 years; taught sound design at NYU; worked as a Systems Consultant for George Kindler's show and audio control firm Thoughtful Designs (a PRG company); as sound engineer at the Metropolitan Opera House and for the annual Met Opera/New York Philharmonic summer parks tour; as a systems engineer for Production Arts Lighting; as technical editor for Theatre Crafts and Lighting Dimensions magazines; and as an engineer for the special effects company Associates and Ferren.
Mr. Huntington studied technical design, production, theatre engineering and sound at the Yale School of Drama (MFA) and Ithaca College (BFA). He lives in New York City and is a member of Local #1 IATSE. Mr. Huntington is also a whitewater and sea kayaker, mountain and road biker, and storm chaser.
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