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Kenyon Specifies CHAUVET® Professional COLORadoâ„¢ Fixtures For TV

Kenyon Specifies CHAUVET® Professional COLORadoâ„¢ Fixtures For TV

chauvet-pushthebutton-1.jpgLONDON, U.K. – Season two of ITV1's television show Ant & Dec's Push the Button showcased nearly 100 CHAUVET® Professional COLORadoâ„¢ 1 Tour wash lights which were used to uplight the set. The fixtures were specified by Lighting Designer Mark Kenyon and supplied by TMB a production and services company for professionals in the entertainment production and architectural lighting industry.

The richly appointed set was a feast for the audience's eyes—both in the studio and for those at home. The woven textured walls were uplit in saturated washes by COLORadoâ„¢ 1 Tour fixtures discreetly lining the staircases contestants descended to reach the stage. chauvet-pushthebutton-2.jpg

“The COLORadoâ„¢ 1 Tour performed amazingly well,” Lighting Designer Mark Kenyon said. “They are tremendously bright, with an even field of rich color and convenient dimming curves for smooth uplighting. They allowed me to create a visual impact that was both subtle and powerful.”

chauvet-pushthebutton-3.jpgCOLORadoâ„¢ Series is a line of static wash fixtures that offer flicker free performance from high-powered LEDs housed in cast aluminum housings.

Mark Kenyon Television Design Ltd., founded in 1998, offers comprehensive lighting services. Kenyon has served for a number of years as chairman of the Society of Television Lighting Directors and on the Committee of the National Illumination Council. His credits include live events and television productions such as: The X Factor, The Eurovision Song Contest, The Brit Awards, The BAFTA Television & Film Awards, Children in Need, Comic Relief, and more. Kenyon has also illuminated the Pyramids and Giza Plateau in Egypt for Into the Pyramids.

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