For several years now, ER Productions has been the visual energy behind many of the Brit Awards’ headline-grabbing live performances.
Amazing night down a the BRIT Awards last night at Londons O2 arena.
ER Productions are very proud to have supported Liam Gallagher in his performance of 'Everything's Electric'
We supplied 40 of our very own AT-30 Laser Heads and worked closely with Brits Production on the use of Rolling Shutter Cameras to create some amazing FX for the millions of viewers at home .
We were able to pre-programme the Show in our studio with our Rolling Shutter Camera system saving valuable time on site.
A big thanks to 'Rkids' on site who installed , programmed and operated the show , Ben Couch , Jimmy Boucher , Colin Clarke , Shaun Clarke and Paulo Roselli and thank you to @sinclair_wilkinson for the amaizing creative direction and design.
Previous Years -
93 laser fixtures we installed into the O2 London for the Brit Awards 2017.
36 x BB3's
28 x Beamburst
7 x 30w Phaenons
10 x TRIPANS, 2 of which were used from FOH to map the walk-in artwork on the B-Stage
4 x 15w EX
8 x Laserblades
The lasers were split into 2 rigs which consisted of a walk-in sculpture for the VIP guests and then for Coldplays perfomance with The Chain Smokers.
2014 - signalled the Brit Awards’ biggest show in its 37-year history, so it needed a suitably large laser show to boot! ER Productions supplied 23 high-powered OPSL systems, giving the ceremony a massive 497 watts in laser power.
Three artists requested lasers for their performances, so ER Productions worked closely with the show’s lighting director, Dave Davey, to ensure each effect was on the money and adhered to stringent safety regulations.
Brit Awards openers, the Arctic Monkeys, used white and yellow laser systems to accompany their track, R U Mine.
Perhaps the most dramatic performance of the night came courtesy of international pop sensation Katy Perry, who danced in front of a giant, white laser-lit recreation of the Brit Awards statue – constructed using mapping techniques.
ER Productions also used bright greens, magentas and cyan lasers during Katy’s performance, to mimic the neon colours worn by her troupe of dancers.
Finally, former Brits Rising Star award winner, Ellie Goulding, used laser effects to bring her performance of the track Burn to life. Burst effects in yellow and white, with red diffraction, helped create a visual interpretation of the song’s key message.
In 2015, ER Productions returned to the show, using Beamburst lasers to enhance Royal Blood’s live performance.