ADlight! Architectural lighting

Over the past few years various contacts have offered opportunities for Andrew to get into the world of architectural lighting. 

 

 

 

 

 Pitshanger Lane's latest Christmas lighting scheme... These star globes include subtly twinkling white pin-spots of light which, like the intense blue, over expose the camera! Chroma Floods add other colours to the trees too.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 St Mary's Perivale; New exterior floodlighting makes interesting effects inside too.

  The world famous Neasden Temple lit for Diwali with nearly 50 Chroma Floods.
Nearly three years design and planning led to the completion of the new electrical  and lighting scheme for the parish church of Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire. 
West Tower with door lit for effect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Nave and Chancel lit for a main service            and East end lit for dramatic effect.

South Aisle with wall paintings lit by LED's to reduce pigment damage.
3" by 4" virtual control panel gives memory and manual control.
  The Society of Television Lighting Director's Sponsor Company's dinner at the RAF Museum London at Hendon.  ADLight's multicoloured Chroma Floods create a dramatic scene under the new Typhoon Euro fighter. 
The impressive church of St Barnabas in Ealing is also used for concerts and productions. The major re-lighting scheme had to satisfy English Heritage's high standards. 
St Barnabas' new organ in 2011- lighting provides the extra sparkle that the 400,000 worth of sound needed!
Harrow Methodist Church; the whole site has been completely relit. This is the church after re-decoration.
 
  Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, London - permanent floodlighting.
     
Others:

St Stephen's Church, West Ealing
Holy Trinity Church, Richmond
St John the Baptist, Pinner
Ealing Green Methodist Church, 
St Maurice Church, Plymton St Maurice, Devon