Learn How Graphics and Surround Sound Brings Music to Your Eyes
It is not everyday you get asked to help build out a graphics package for a big event welcoming Jazz pianist, 13 yr old prodigy Joey Alexander to St. Louis. If you are not familiar with Joey check it his remarkable story here and pianist skills here. This particular project had several nuances unlike any I have worked on before. Finding the right material to match a specific mood, tone and chemistry across multiple surfaces was not an easy task.
Step one was imaging and installing jazz themed graphics that covered the concrete as you approach the building. Cover the glass doors as you enter the building. Cover the carpeted floor down a 55 foot runway. Extend the graphics onto the elevator doors and floors as you take your ride to the top. Step off the elevators onto more themed floors as you enter the ballroom. Take a seat and watch the show complimented by stage wrapped graphics. No detail went without thought. Even the bar tops and columns contained themed graphics complete with shimmer and shine.
Step two, take it all down. It was almost like a Super Bowl halftime show. Hurry up Friday afternoon to get it all ready to go and by the next day it was a cherished memory. All the graphics came down, the music stopped and life was back to normal. Almost like it never happened. I hope you enjoy the photos showcasing the gallery of accomplishments. Special thanks to an incredible team who worked tirelessly day and night leading up to the big event.