Christmas Projections onto Aylesbury Old Courthouse

Once again EMF was commissioned to instal projection equipment at the Old courthouse in Aylesbury for the town’s Christmas celebrations.

A fantastic festival of projections ran every evening during December and until the 12th night of January lasting for around 4 minutes each cycle was being projected from 4.30pm till 11pm onto the Old Courthouse Market Square.

Unilever’s London HQ lit up in Purple for #EqultyIs

For International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD), Unilever HQ, London was turned purple as part of the #PurpleLightUp project which celebrates the economic contribution made by the world’s 386 million disabled employees.  Lit up with high powered video building projections the event ran for several days.


With the UK hosting the Eurovision Song Concert for 2023, London celebrated with projections on Nelson’s Column, Trafalgar Square supporting the event after it was decided that the contest could not take place in Ukraine due to Russia’s invasion of the country.

Liverpool who hosted the Concert celebrated their own Nelson Monument which was surrounded by 2,500 sandbags as part of an art installation called ‘Protect the Beats’. This was to reflect statues in Ukraine which were covered up to protect them from damage during the Russian invasion and London celebrated Nelson’s Column in London projecting it in the colours of Ukraine with two High Powered Searchlights complementing building projection in yellow and blue.

Unilever London supporting the International Day of Disabled People with purple projections accross its London Headquarters.

The International Day of Disabled Persons aims to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society.

Each year Unilever shows its support for this worthy cause with purple projections accross its facade at its London Headquarters.

Evening Standard – Thank you London Christmas Projections

Landmarks were lit as the Food for London Campaign said thank you to the amazing supporters who brought London together

It was a privilege to be included to light up St Paul’s Cathedral as part of the Evening Standards Food for London Campaign which saw some of London’s most iconic landmarks lit up with symbols of gratitude and solidarity to thank the public for supporting the Evening Standard’s campaign to fight food poverty.

The projections onto St Paul’s Cathedral were part of a London wide iconic Landmarks – the National Gallery and Piccadilly Circus LED screens which all played host to breathtaking artworks that captured the spirit of Evening Standards Food for London Now appeal, which has handed out 20 million meals and raised £10 million since March.