Photo=light Chromatzia=Paint

Photo-chromatzia is an extension of the Weight of Light series but introduces the elements of colour to see what potential there is in painting with light. Rhys Votano developed the technique where different time spans are layered to reflect the nature of light and time. Below are some examples from the ongoing series. If you

Biotechs Brightest Minds

The inaugural Synbitech event held at the Queen Elizabeth Centre in Westminster was the UK’s biggest gathering of academics, industrial practitioners, policy makers, thought leaders and bio-designers. Paul Freemont asked if I could create the opening film which would introduce the room to the event ahead and create a sense of excitement in the room.

The King’s Affair

In 2017, 2018 and 2019, we created the projection show for the King’s Affair inside the King’s Chapel, Cambridge, UK. Our objective was to bring the audience together and feed their imagination with ideas of exploration. The design also had to tie in with the event theme ‘Music of the Spheres’. So we created a

A theatrical Journey to the Centre

The Freezer version of Jules Verne’s Classic tale of the journey to the centre of the earth is a high tempo, hilarious carnival of musical theatre, performed in english. The cast of 21 performers take the audience on an unforgettable theatrical adventure of song, play and dance, where the full spectrum of theatre magic is

Norwegians on tour

In 2016, Norwegian band Digvalley set about an Icelandic tour, looping the Number 1 road to celebrate the release of their first EP. We followed them around to provide video projection mapping to their live show and also capture their performances in unique places ranging from a lighthouse to an old converted fish freezer. Digvalleys

The Weight of Light

Our Time in the world is determined by the Weight we leave behind,Our Weight in the world is determined by the Light we leave behind, Our Light in the world is determined by the Time we leave behind Rhys Votano The Weight of Light is a series of works that Rhys Votano developed a technique

Froda

The Freezer in Iceland was looking to utilise video projection in their latest theater performance. So we responded to the call out excited by the prospect of exhibiting in a remote village in Iceland. Over three months we immersed ouselves in the production, working closely with musicians, puppeteers and performers to create an epic show