Christmas projections for Aylesbury Theatre production of Beauty & the Beast ran for a month over the Christmas and New Year.
Delighted to be working alongside Tate Britain and St Paul’s Cathedral providing the ultra high power projection equipment for the William Blake activity running from 28th November until 2nd December from 16.30 – 21.00 each evening.
William Blake’s final masterpiece illuminates the iconic dome of St Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate the artist’s birthday. The image projected is from the dramatic illustration Ancient of Days 1827 and was described by Blake as ‘the best I have every finished’.
Tate Britain chose St Paul’s Cathedral as it is home to the most visited Blake memorial with thousands visiting the crypt each year, to recreate his vision on a monumental scale.
Wavelength Torbay cliff projections exploring new work by artists and creative technologists ran for 3 nights three nights of illumination.
Winter Lights 2019 projections, interactive water screen projections, zoo projections and massive beating hearts projection on Newfoundland building Canary Wharf
Good Morning Britain, projections onto BBC TV Centre. The show amazingly managed to encourage viewers to dedicate over 8 million minutes for their 1 Million Minutes campaign.
Hoping to combat loneliness, by allowing volunteers to connect with bereaved people over the festive period.
Sunderland Illuminations this year included a massive inflatable Dome / Stratosphere projections. The projections were interactive with the public showing messages sent to the Dome daily along with the daily video content.
Projection campaign in London for #Ruthless with projections throughout London to highlight Europes role in the global tiger business. Delegates from around the world arrive in the city for the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) Conference, which begins today Thursday 11th October.The IWT conference is an opportunity to discuss how wildlife, that is currently suffering at the expense of illegal trade, can be protected and animal welfare charity FOUR PAWS UK wanted to use this opportunity to highlight the detrimental trade in tigers. The charity has uncovered shocking evidence that tiger traders are operating throughout Europe and selling to Asian countries, where demand for their parts is causing mass cruelty and contributing to the decline of the species in the wild.
Projections lit up March Arch in celebration of Saudi National Day
Brunswick House projections for Art Night 2018 a free contemporary arts festival that puts art into extraordinary locations around London for one night a year.