Some of Our Recent Work and Happy Customers
Vision Technical Group was once again called upon to provide entertainment and production services for Cisco’s premier education and training conference for IT professionals. This year the event was held at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.
VTG provided the lighting, rigging, as well as set and staging designs for the closing party that featured Maroon 5.
Event produced by George P. Johnson
For the third year, Vision Technical Group was proud to be a media supporter of Mary Kay’s 2016 Annual Leadership Conference held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. For the thousands in attendance, VTG helped Mary Kay present a vivid multimedia display wall as the backdrop to the entire width of the stage. VTG provided the lighting, sets, rigging, and staging designs during the 3-day conference. Below are photos from the event, courtesy Viva Creative.
Event Produced by Viva Creative
Vision Technical Group’s Nate Schlegel, Rudy Rodriguez and Brian Boatwright
Vision Technical Group was called upon to be part of the many production teams required for this historic event.
VTG supplied several types of television, theatrical and concert lighting for the Independence Hall and Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul events.
VTG also supplied concrete support ballasts, rigging, truss, as well as a custom battery powered LED lighting solution for the Pope Mobile.
Truck unload – Pete Bannan − DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA. All others (c) Vision Technical Group
When one of the world’s largest information technology companies packed 20,000 of its employees into two Las Vegas resorts for an internal meeting to discuss the industry’s future, VTG was there to provide Lights, Audio, and Video for this spectacular event.
Event produced by George P. Johnson
VTG provided Lights, Audio, and Staging for this annual, multi day event that is held in New York City and attended by thousands.
Images provided by VTG staff, & Examiner.com
Vision Technical Group was proud to be on location and part of the newest Sandals Resort opening in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. We supplied all production equipment, including lighting and audio, as well as several key crew members. We worked closely with the event’s designers and resort staff to ensure a complete success. The celebration featured many top artists over several fun-filled days at locations around the property. The popular, Jamaican-born American reggae fusion singer and deejay, Shaggy, headlined the closing night’s festivities. Check it out!
Mary Kay Cosmetics chose VTG to become part of their 51-year tradition of hosting the annual mega-brands seminar.
For the last three years running, VTG has provided the lighting, sets, rigging, and staging designs for this month-long production. Over 30,000 sales consultants attend this high profile event including keynote presentations, award galas and instructional classes.
Medical giant, Novartis, chose VTG to wow its trade show attendees with a custom-designed, traveling presentation patterned after a specialized cell called a neuron.
The show was designed from the ground up by VTG’s expert team who faced the unique challenge of replicating this microscopic neuron cell on a grand scale. What seemed simple at first was actually quite complex to execute in production.
VTG is very proud to have helped Novartis win over attendees from around the world with this uniquely-designed and impressive display.
AIPAC has returned year after year to have VTG design and install high-profile shows on a massive scale.
Every year, AIPAC descends on Washington, DC where VTG’s top tier designs serve as the backdrop for A-list politicians discussing international policy. VTG is proud to deliver multiple, prominent production elements for this recurring world class event.
Cisco has a long history with VTG as its key resource for events across several brands.
Recently, VTG helped Bon Jovi rock the house at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, by providing full lighting, rigging and special effects systems in the main arena and all party spaces at the adjoining Cox Pavilion and Palms Hotel.