We’ve said Goodbye to 2016 and Hello to 2017, and already it has been yet another very busy year for Electric Aura, working on a variety of their signature large-scale events; throughout Canada and abroad.Read more →
It’s been a while but we’re pleased to announce we have uploaded 2 new projects to the website!
Rob Sondergaard and the team completed Digital Dreams 2016 – in July of this year, which was another great success, this time without the weather drama of last year.
On top of that Jason McKinnon has just returned from another successful We Day tour, with location spanning across the globe including the UK and USA.
Both projects are now available to view on the portfolio – the team is now focused on the PNE!Read more →
Electric Aura are pleased to announce the resounding success of the 103rd annual Grey Cup Halftime Show!
According to the CFL, overall, 9.7 million unique viewers, or nearly 30 per cent of the entire Canadian population, watched some or all of the 2015 CFL championship game, plus –Read more →
According to the Knight of Illumination Awards site –
The “Knight of Illumination Awards”, organised by STLD, ALD, Ambersphere and Clay Paky, provide public recognition for the outstanding achievements of experts in Lighting Design, Video and Graphic Display and Projection Design who are working for UK productions across a range of professional areas.
To see more of Rob Sondergaard’s dance and theatre work be sure to check out the Reverse Collaboration portfolio on our website.
The winners are announced on the 4th October – good luck Rob!Read more →
Electric Aura were the production designers for Bud Light Digital Dreams 2015.
Billed as “Canada’s largest electronic music festival”, the event was held at The Flats at Ontario Palace, Toronto on June 28 and we’ve just updated our portfolio to include a gallery showcasing our designs at the event.
Elements included in our production design were the Dreams Stage, Echo Beach Stage and the Bacardi Untameable stage, plus we also designed the site lighting for an integrated look throughout the site. The Dreams stage also featured an automated motor system so the stage could evolve from artist to artist.
Despite disappointing weather conditions meaning a fast design change on the fly after a large storm blew through, the event was a huge success – see the full gallery of pictures from the event in the Digital Dreams 2015 gallery.Read more →