A magical trunk that comes to life with the aid of hidden LCD display screens.
A 1.8 metre Schweppes bottle for London Cocktail Week.
Coloured powder explosion effects.
An interactive LED wall installed at 'The Switch' in Slough, London.
A series of concentric glowing beams flowing around the atrium of Shaare Zedek Hospital, in Israel.
Two computer controlled light displays for Tableau's offices in Southwark, London.
A foam puppet of the letter 'i'.
A series of installations for the new MEC offices at Southbank, London.
A complicated cluster of balls flowing high and low across the modern atrium of 110 High Holborn.
A lit installation, inspired by the iconic Gibson Les Paul guitar.
Installation of a giant Mickey Mouse, cutout skeletal T-Rex and stylised boxing ring plinth.
A mixture of physical effects and abstract models, representing what goes into making the Huawei's mobile phone.
An 8ft purple monster costume was fabricated, with giant puppeteer-able hands and LED lit eyes.
LED screens controlled by motion sensors to drive the playback images.
A perfectly clear icicle bottle made from acrylic.
We modified a C-stock tube carriage to function as a breakout area, at Aldgate's stunning Relay Building.
A triangular puzzle image was engineered and fabricated for this US company's London premises.
A free standing, 2.7 metre tall spinning top in polished metal.