Projection or video design involves the creation and integration of moving and static images into a stage picture. In most cases, we work closely with the director and designer to develop an appropriate visual language, and to answer the question, 'what role does the video play?' in any dramatic moment. Our job involves bringing together a variety of visual disciplines - photography, animation, filmmaking and graphic art and subsequently working out the best way - creatively, and technically - to integrate them into a stage production. The vast majority of our work involves projection as the means by which images and footage are displayed on the stage, but we also work with screens, lights, and various emerging display technologies as they become available. We always involve ourselves technically as well as artistically in any project, to ensure the best fit for the job in terms of equipment and approach.
Below is a selection of our projects which have included projection elements designed by us...
Historic Royal Palaces
Hampton Court Palace, April 2015
Cameron Mackintosh / Networks
Imperial Theater, NY, Mar 2014
V&A Museum, February 2014
ENO / Improbable / Metropolitan Opera
The ENO, Coliseum, London, from November 20th 2013
Metropolitan Opera / ENO / Improbable
Met Opera, New York, from November 4th 2011
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, 24th March 2011
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh / Teatr Polski Bydgoszcz / Teatr Polski Warsaw
from September 2008