Alt-J Takes Over London's O2 Arena

Having won the UK’s prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize in 2012 for its debut album, An Awesome Wave, Alt-J has experienced a pretty quick rise to stardom. Jeremy Lechterman, production designer/show director/lighting programmer for the band’s first tour, was called back to design the band’s latest outing, kicking off with a special production at The O2 Arena in London late-January. He’s also making good use of his design firm, FragmentNine, which specializes in concert design and custom media server rentals. The team includes Jackson Gallagher as associate designer and media specialist, Dan Efros for lead content creation, and business manager Lisa Wisely. Grant McDonald and Robert Figueria also worked on content for Alt-J.

Click through the images to read about the gear used for the production. All photos are by Jeremy Letcherman.

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Credits For The O2 Arena Show
Bennie Brongers, Production Manager
Jason Fearnley, Stage Manager/Drum Tech
Lance Reynolds, FOH Engineer
Ron Sharpless, Monitor Engineer
Jeremy Lechterman, Lighting Designer
Jackson Gallagher, Media Programmer
Jack Hughes, Guitar Tech
Dave Samwell, MIDI Tech
Marc Callaghan, Lighting Crew Chief
Rob Starkfield, Lighting Tech
Dave Jolly, Kinesys Rigger
Jake Jevons, Lighting Tech
Dom Crookes, Lighting Tech
Russell Cobden, Lighting Tech
Matthew Askem, I-Mag Director
Dickie Burford, Video Engineer
Phil Leech, LED Crew Chief
Colin Mudd, LED Tech/Camera Operator
Connor Canwell LED Tech/Camera Operator
Mark Eisen, LED Tech/Camera Operator
Mark Stevenson, Camera Operator
Adam Draper, Audio Tech, Monitors
Lee Furnell, Audio Tech, System Engineer
Tom Lawn, Audio Tech
Jack Dunnett, Audio Tech
Pete “The Greek” Kalopsidiotis, Head Rigger
Lauren Simon, Production Assistant
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