Lighthouse Production ME (LHP), is celebrating another industry appreciation: as they walked away with yet another accolade at the Middle East Special Events and Exhibition Show (MESE) in the most coveted category of “Best Light and Sound Production”. MESE is the largest Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions sector (MICE) gathering in the region, and brings together industry leaders and visionaries shaping the industry.
The award was given for the production of the 60th anniversary celebrations of Abu Dhabi Police in the UAE Capital and LHP’s role in successfully conceptualizing, designing, planning, organising and managing the event from end to end.
LHP’s extensive role covered the full management and execution of the show from inception to delivery and included: Production Design, Filming, Content Creation, Supplier and Stakeholder Management, Logistics and Operations, Choreography and Music.
“We have been fortunate in being recognised for our work and creativity previously on many occasions, but this award is very special. What makes it so, is the fact that we have been recognised for being the best in the MENA region for Best Light and Sound Production in the face of high profile competition like the opening ceremony of the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Tomorrowland Festival. All our projects are team efforts, and this category is an acknowledgement of all the creative and committed people we work with. In addition to the team and everyone who voted for us, I would like to thank the industry for the positive competition, which allows us at LHP to consistently reinvent to a better version of ourselves everyday,’’ said Terry Miranda, Founder/MD & Principal Creative Director Lighthouse Productions ME.
Commenting on the event, Brig. Saif Al Shamsi, Director of Protocol and Public Relations Abu Dhabi Police said, “LHP was instrumental in the concept development of the project and worked closely with the Organizing Committee to reflect our core objectives throughout the entire event. Abu Dhabi Police’s culture of excellence was respected and mirrored by LHP, which allowed us to work freely with them to deliver the vision and future of the project and event’’.
LHP’s vision became reality by using modern technology formula on an IMAX Cinema level - High Definition Video (HDV), Presented on a 15mtr x 100mtr wide screen. The 7-minute pre-recorded scene was synched live with the well-choregraphed show that demonstrated a real-life terrorist attack situation involving the various branches of the AD Police.