This season Anya, Stuart Nunn & Team INCA really excelled in their creativity by conjuring up and installing a true architectural set piece. Mirrors, reflection, hidden video tape & very specifically positioned lighting fixtures made for an exploration of pattern & abstraction
Neil Bedford’s beautifully shot images of Kasabian’s Headline T in The Park Slot really do show what we tried to create. A diverse, stark intimate & electrifying show for the the band & audience. With visuals using infrared handheld cameras & hundreds of lasers/lights it was a massive night for all.
Once again Burberry proved their ambitious & powerful stake as pioneers in the world of fashion with an amazing display of lighting & projection at The Griffith Park Observatory in Los Angeles. Alongside a huge stateside fashion show, guests really were treated to an incredible setting high in the Hollywood Hills.
Our favourite show of the fashion calendar was back again, this time with traffic jams, singing road workers & highly polished barriers. Anya Hindmarch alongside producers INCA once again proved their creative genius with this ambitious show where we were pushed to adapt for an atmospheric setting whilst keeping a good level of light for press & guests.
Gareth Pugh’s hugely anticipated show, produced by INCA & lit by us returned to London’s V&A Museum for a real treat. The dramatic show & video by Ruth Hogben blew everyone’s mind with a collection worthy of a battlefield.
MBC Produced an elegantly simple presentation for Whistles’ SS15 Show in the Kings Cross Tunnel. This was the first time the space had been used with Renegade armed with freedom to design a space aged rig for the show using Tektiles.
Roksanda’s show in a beautiful office space in Mayfair threw up many issues, the main one being height & location for lighting. So alongside Gary Card, the designer & producers Blonstein we designed a fully controllable integrated rig for the show using Tektiles set into the ceiling tiles.
Only can Anya pull off a fashion show with rotating teacups, UV reactive dancing skeltons. We applaud her every season & love lighting these show.
Well done to Kasabian on an incredible festival set – we were thrilled to work with the boys & Creative Director Aitor Throup on the Glastonbury closing show.
This year music label Luaka Bop brought together a number of musicians to celebrate the great 1970’s Nigerian synth pioneer & bring his electro-funk albums to life for the first time ever on stage & we were lucky enough to design lighting for the global shows.