Here's a screenshot of a cue stack in QLab. Click on the image to enlarge it. One of the first shows I sounded designed after college was "The Voice of The Prairie" by John Olive. This show was a challenge but also extremely fun to design. I color code my cues mainly for my own purposes.
The colors are as follows -
Purple - Voiceovers
Green - Sound Effects
Yellow - Fades
Blue - Music
Red - Soundscapes (sound effects that play under a scene like night time sounds or a camp fire.)
To create some of my original pieces I use Magix Music Maker. For Sound Design Class at Frostburg State Univeristy, I sound designed Tom Griffin's "The Boys Next Door". This is Jack's Theme (above) and Lucien's Theme (below). I created a theme for each of the characters to play during their aside monologues to the audience. Each charcter had their own instrument. For Jack's Theme (above) I used guitar and piano and for Lucien's Theme I used violin and piano. Click on the image to enlarge it.
During my time at Frostburg State University, I was tasked to design a set for Neil Simon's "Lost In Yonkers" for Set Design Class. We had to create the set using Vectorworks and create a color rendering. Here are two examples of the work I did. Click on each photo to enlarge it. Here are images of the rending and one sheet of my working drawings.
During my time at Frostburg State University, I was in charge of stage managing and light desging several of the recitals for the Music Department. Here are a few examples of the work I did.