Chiswick House was the canvas of a series of site-specific lighting installations I designed for the After Dark concept, where classical architecture meets modern technology. The light show was set to a bespoke score by Sergio Pizzorno. Photography: James Wick
Set in a private home in the hills of Los Angeles, Matches Fashion and Nicholas Kirkwood hosted a celebration of the designers latest collection with an intimate dinner. Produced by Redhouse, the neutral palette of the property provided the perfect canvas for an enveloping light and video installation designed by Renegade, who worked closely with Silent Studios to deliver content, that surrounded and evolved, throughout the evening
Back on the road again, Sub Focus’ recent show in London was more advanced then ever. Presenting his brand new live show with stunning visuals, production and an arsenal of his hits old and new – the show was based on Giani Fabricio’s old show direction with George Renegade designing lighting & running the show
Turning imagination into reality for Nike, Hotel Creative & XYZ created a blank canvas for young Londoners with no experience to design their ideal Nike Air Max that best represents the city. Along with an experiential journey of the DNA of the Air Max. Obviously we were happy to oblige in lighting this space for all + the final night of local grime acts to play live
In February we were asked by XYZ & Hotel Creative to collaborate in creating the scene for Converse’s highly anticipated One Star Hotel – a two day special of the freshest sounds, style & sneakers served with a smile.
Moving away from traditional industry lighting, we had residential lighting, street light, neon & fluorescent lighting to complete the look for rooms curated by the likes of A$AP Nast, Yung Lean & MadeMe
Anya once again blew everyone’s mind with a stunning autumn-winter 17 show at The Horticultural Halls. INCA and Stuart Nunn created the perfect landscape for us to light, allowing shadow play, colour saturation and atmosphere to take centre stage alongside the stunning collection. Images courtesy of Neil Mason