For the third year in a row, TEP has worked with McClure Middle School for their annual graduation, or “8th Grade Promotion.” The event is held at the Ballard High School gymnasium and consists of an audio system for the entire gym, microphones for a choir performance, and a small projection system with video playback.
A few times a year, TEP works with German production group IQPC to produce multiple-day aircraft industry conferences. TEP provides projection and computer systems in addition to wireless mics and audio systems for presenters. We facilitate onsite AV Technician labor and crew for show operation.
Working with Copious Love Productions on their original production Journey West stitching audio, image, and video cues into a master Qlab show file for the stage manager to have a simple “Go” button. This is how the magic of OZ is created. The show was a smashing success at Theatre off Jackson in Seattle, WA.
We’ve been fortunate to have worked with SURF Incubator for many years, first assisting with their launch and opening of the first event space. Now we had the opportunity to work at their new location through our partner Peerspace.com. TEP is also proud to be the Seattle area preferred provider for AV services on Peerspace.com,
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.
TEP was selected as the AV provider for 2018’s Binaytara Foundation Summit at Seattle’s Hilton downtown. It was a two-day medical conference with a debate on the final day requiring five identical clear podiums atop a 12″ stage. We provided lucite lecterns, LED uplighting, stage lighting, projection, graphics, and video playback systems in addition to
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
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