A giant gobo brands the hall. The lighting team was prohibited from displaying lighting towers to guests, so the team amped up the power of the fixtures and placed them on the opposite side of the street.
At the beginning of the evening, lighting appears in vivid monotones, such as this blue.
As the evening progresses, the lighting begins to feature more colors and patterns.
The patterns highlight the distinctive curves of the Frank Gehry-designed building while throwing the spotlight on the headline sponsor's logo.
A huge bird flies over the guests.
In the finale, color, texture, movement and design merge. This project landed the Gala Award at The Special Event 2011.
Grappling with a budget only a third that of years past, the team of Russell Harris Event Group
and Images by Lighting
delivers a dramatic "upfront" for client Disney Media Distribution by using a 12-by-22-foot LED screen as the backdrop for the stage and as the screen for video modules and branding.
The design motif keys on paisley with accents of dots and arching swoops.
Large-format projections on pani projectors light up the Team Disney Building; they run 250 feet wide and three stories high.
At the after-party, lighting delineates event spaces while custom, large-format projections not only add a decor element but also display "sizzle" reels.
An LED screen at the back of the stage serves as a branding platform for Disney.
turns a 35,000-square-foot, plain-Jane convention space into a gala-worthy venue by putting lighting to work. Effective lighting plus drape carves out the registration, reception and dining areas.
Pools of patterned light provide drama as they play over the gray suede lounge pieces.
And this, which shows the subtly moving gobo projection.