White Light Expands its Full Technical Production Services


Following the recent announcement of a strategic partnership with

SFL, alongside its appointment of several new roles, WL is continuing to expand

its Production department, offering its customers the highest level of complete

technical service.  






With so much recent change within both the wider world and live

events industry, WL saw this as the ideal time to look at its existing

Production offering and assess how this could be broadened in order to further

benefit the huge range of projects it delivers annually. As such, it has

restructured its existing team and created roles which will see them work even

closer with clients in order to fulfil their creative requirements. With many

years of experience both at WL and in the technical production sector the

Account Management team now consists of Key Account Managers, Stuart Crane,

Dominic Yates and Richard Stirzaker who have been joined by Technical Account

Manager, Joseph Smyth, adding additional technical skills, experience and knowledge

in specific areas targeted for growth within the company. Whilst certain job

titles and roles have changed, the personal customer service and level of

expertise will remain the same and any historical, existing or prospective Production clients are encouraged to contact the team as

they would normally for any project. 






Stuart explains: “As a company, we are all about building and

maintaining those relationships with our clients and offering them the best

service possible. In my new role of Key Account Manager I look forward to continuing

to work with customers old and new, listening to their requirements and supporting

them with the exact technical solutions to complete their projects successfully.

As always, we want our clients to have the confidence to call us at any time,

speak to a member of the team they are familiar with and know they will receive

the very best in customer service.”






WL’s Production team will continue to offer lighting, audio, video, staging, rigging and other bespoke technical solutions. The set-up now in place means that the team is immediately ready to begin Production work as soon as it is safe to do so. Directly prior to the outbreak of Covid-19, the team delivered a range of projects including the Six Day Cycling event at Lee Valley VeloPark, Sky Up Next at the Tate Modern and Microsoft Bett 2020 at Excel along with multiple shows for London Fashion Week.











Another change within the Production team is the new strategic partnership

with SFL. By joining forces, this allows WL to provide both its existing and

new customers an even wider range of services when it comes to full technical

production. Dominic explains: “This strategic partnership is an exciting one

for our customers, as not only will we have an even greater inventory of

equipment to draw on but we will also have the expertise of SFL’s creative team

as well as their renowned set services. It’s enhanced our already strong

offering and we cannot wait to start working with clients again to provide them

with either standalone disciplines (lighting, audio, rigging, etc.) or a full

production service”. 






On Tuesday 11th August, our Production team was at the Tate Modern and lit it in red for the #WeMakeEvents day of action.






WL would encourage any of its customers to contact the team as

normal to discuss any upcoming projects or to simply check in. As a reminder,

the contact details are as follows:






Email: Production@WhiteLight.Ltd.uk | Telephone: 020 8254 4870




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