Transformation Tuesday at Brook Hollow Golf Club

Transformation Tuesday! This week we go back to Brook Hollow Golf Club a birthday party. For this event BEYOND provided uplighting in the ballroom and porch, pinspotting on the tall floral and it was our first time to suspend our Cafe stringers in the ballroom. We also provided a control stage wash for the entertainment and supplemental audio for music during cocktail hour and dinner. Bottom photo by Scott Hagar.

Transformation Tuesday at The Bomb Factory

Transformation Tuesday! This was a fun event back in February working with MatchPoint that BEYOND provided production design for The Bomb Factory. We provided our 7’11” x 14′ front projection screens, our 12k Barco projectors,Roland HD video switcher, microphones and Comm system. For lighting in the main room BEYOND had our large string lights swags throughout the ceiling with gobo projections.

Transformation Tuesday at Dallas Market Center

Transformation Tuesday! This was a fun Gatsby themed event at Dallas Market Center center with ACCESSTexas. For this event BEYOND provided a full PA system for the Market Center and throughout additional zones throughout the venue to ensure guests enjoyed a rich balanced sound throughout. For lighting design we had a disco ball over the dance floor lit by fixtures that changed color and intensity. We also had uplighting, washed and pattern projections throughout the…

Transformation Tuesday at Crescent Club

Transformation Tuesday! Another fabulous room transformation at the Crescent Club with Tami Winn Events. For this transformation BEYOND washed light throughout the rooms and halls adding an elegant warm glow. The guest tables were then spot washed with lighting to showcase the floral and provide soft dinner lighting for guests. Bottom photo by Tracy Autem Photography.

Transformation Tuesday at Bass Hall Stage

Transformation Tuesday! This weeks comes from a summer wedding with Tami Winn Events on the Bass Performance Hall stage. For this wedding we had our XL Maria Chandelier suspended from the O structure, uplighting for the drape, with our Taylor and Tamara chandeliers suspended over guest tables and used as centerpieces and pinspots to showcase the floral on the guest tables. Bottom photo by Tracy Autem Photography

Transformation Tuesday at Hockaday School Gym

Transformation Tuesday! This weeks transformation comes from the The Hockaday School gym. We have worked with Mathes and Co Events for the past several years on their annual gala. For this event for BEYOND’s audio visual design we rigged an audio system with speakers as well as screens and lighting above the center stage. In the gym for lighting we provided gobo patterns and band and stage lighting.

Transformation Tuesday at the Joule Hotel Terrace

Transformation Tuesday! This weeks transformation is at The Joule terrace for a Fabulous 50th birthday party with DFW Events and Bella Flora of Dallas. For the party BEYOND did uplighting in pink around the perimeter of the terrace, and a wash of light on the entry draping, guest book and champagne tower. Bottom photo by Jason Kindig Photography

Transformation Tuesday at Belo Mansion

Transformation Tuesday! While we showcased the exterior of Belo Mansion a few weeks ago this week we wanted to showcase inside their ballroom. For this holiday party to create dramatic and impactful lighting effects our moving head fixtures changed colors, intensity, patterns and projected different effects through out the night, We provided stage lighting for the band including uplights, washed the blackjack tables, bars and decor with light.

Audio Visual & Lighting Design at The Bomb Factory

One thing BEYOND takes pride in is our ability to handle large scale events with our audio visual and lighting designs. This past February we were at The Bomb Factory in Dallas for the Nancy Lieberman Charities Dream Ball Gala. For lighting we provided the stringer light swags throughout the ceiling and the gobos projected on the walls. For the audio visual portion of the production design we provided the 7’11” x 14′ projection screens as…