TEP had the pleasure of participating in the first annual Experience Corporate Woodinville event. We partnered with JM Cellars to turn their winery into an executive retreat. TEP provided 9 HDTVs for vendor displays, LED lighting, projection and meeting equipment at the event. Our team also filmed and produced this video of the attendee experience.
Set in a post-apocalyptic future, CODENAME: KANSAS was Copious Love Productions‘ most ambitious show to date. TEP was a producing partner for the technical elements of the show, which included dual projection to make 40-feet of digital set backdrop. TEP partnered with Seattle’s Academy of Interactive Entertainment, and with the Art Direction of Vic Bonilla
It was nice to be back in the CreativeLive studios again for #PhotoshopWeek to assist with an ambitious goal of projecting seamless video on a curved scrim – using dual Panasonic PTD-5500 projectors. Many newer projectors have complex warping and geometric correction functions, but not these ones. For budget’s sake we were at the whim
This was a really fun project to be a part of. Working with the east coast’s Ruby Pictures, Jon Adam Ross and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Ilana Trachtman, TEP partnered to help turn a recorded 4K video project to a live performance for the stage. At Stroum Jewish Community Center, TEP built (3) rear-projection screens and
– The world record team from Snow Day went back to the table again for a summer camp-themed attempt at the world’s largest water balloon fight titled “Party Camp.” Being an integral part of this production team has been one of the most exhilarating and inspiring experiences, and I am so glad Neil Bergquist called
TEP has been again partnered with Copious Love Productions for their fourth original theatrical production, “Cedar & The Redwoods.” Utilizing an array of new tools, this play is set inside a car driving up the 101 and crashing in the Redwood forest. “The company’s tech designer, Tony Gavilanes, achieves all sorts of miracles…” – Arts