In the field of lighting career, there are quite a few positions for setup and running a show.
Normally, one thinks the person involved in light programming is the one doing the entire lighting
for the show. However, that's not true. Behind that there are a lot more such as : -

lighting technicians, stage hand, riggers, followspot operator, crew chief, technical director
lighting programmer, lighting designer, stage designer a.k.a scenic designer.

Each of them puts in days, weeks and even months of hardwork in order to create
the most amazing hours of showtime and to make each one of it a memorable moment.
What does a Lighting Programmer do?
A Lighting Programmer is the one sitting behind the lighting console; pushing faders, pressing 
buttons, one who programs the lights by putting their imaginative lighting creativity into reality.
Usually, the lighting programmer and designer are the ones who'd stay up till late night and in
most cases even sleep just next to the console, programming and designing for shows. There
are many who can actually withstand the position of a designer as well as a programmer.

Why is it Necessary to have Professional Atenttion?
Sometimes for certain events, you'd want to achieve certain resulting effects of your own work
or even certain lighting effects that you saw from TV or internet. However, you might have a
hard time explaining to the organizer or the director. Instead of putting all the technical works
to the event company for all the desired lighting effects, it's best for you to hire a designer or
programmer because we can explain and we know the necessary equipments to create
outstanding results. Which is why it is advisable to seek Professional Atenttion. Sometimes,
even in achieving the best result, it doesn't really require that much of a budget, the improtant
thing is that we know the basic elements of most of the equipments. Thus, we can work out
everything and still maintain the budget. The best thing about it is that you'll still get an
amazing performance.