Your visual experience
Why should we limit our minds to what we see as realistic and easily achievable when we can push ourselves even further and create something extraordinary?
We love using visual media to erase the line between fantasy and reality for the audience. Here, the same dimensional scenery and lighting onstage are blended into larger-than-life 3D visual content in LED screens.
Carnival Cruise Line
If you can’t tell where the stage ends and the LED screen begins, we’ve helped another big production look great while saving time and money on more physical scenery.
The most important consideration of any major corporate event is being on-brand.
We often let the audience inspire our work. Here, Robb Wagner knew how hot and tired cruise line guests were after a day of sightseeing in port, so he developed this refreshing media design to greet them when they came back on board.
Carnival Cruise Line (Creative Direction)
At concerts, a loud visual experience helps make every fan feel like they have the best seat in the house, no matter what seat they’re in.
“Completely jaw-droppingly nuts, made even more so by the fact that it was pulled off on live television.”
Merging disciplines is one of our favorite activities. Here, we merged 3D filmmaking with live concert video production to create a 4D experience for Michael Jackson’s This Is It.