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
TEP has had the honor of producing the annual fundraising luncheon for Summit Assistance Dogs for the last two years in a row at the Hyatt, Bellevue. The tight window to set up has up in the morning of the event, for an 11am go time. We get an IMAG live camera feed, graphics and video
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
TEP was invited to help with Bayview Retirement Community’s annual gala at McCaw Hall 10/07/16. It was an elegant evening, and TEP provided HDTV video screens throughout the space, in addition to LED decor lighting for accents in the bar and dessert areas.
We were very glad to team up with the northwest’s largest crossfit competition for the second year in a row. Check out some of the sound system and projection support we provided the Kill Cliff Cascade Classic at WSCC in Seattle, 9/24-25, 2016. There were 3 competition spaces that needed individual audio systems, a jumbotron
Take a look at the kind of technical and staging set ups we do, along with the tear down shortly after the party.
Check out the photo reel of all of the projects we’ve been working on during Summer 2014:
TEP was contracted to assist in the upgrade of the sanctuary at Vashon United Methodist Church to include a brand new projection system with a motorized screen and integrated wireless control of PowerPoint and audio systems. We could not be happier with the quality of product and service that we received from Tony Gavilanes and