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Flame

As the Paralympic torch arrived in Aylesbury - it's first stop en route from Stoke Mandeville to London - it’s flame lit up the Market Square.  Projected onto the Courthouse building, the story of the Paralympics unfolded, interspersed with human tales of courage and achievement.  Flame was a collaboration between us and pyrotechnic wizards The World Famous. It combines video mapping techniques and precise pyrotechnic synchronisation with the timeless attraction of fire, to explore the imagery and meaning behind the Paralympic flame.

Music:
1. Mystery - S.Wakeling/D.James
Produced By KosmetiQ & David James
(p) Copyright Control­­­­  2012 Qritikal Records

2. Falling Star - Kris Menace
(p) & (c) 2012 Compuphonic
Published by Better Songs / Sony ATV

3. Singapore Madness - Shinichi Osawa & Paul Chambers
(p) & (c) 2011 Avex Entertainment Inc
Publishing by Avex Music

4. Wasmentobe - S.Wakeling
Produced By KosmetiQ    Drums. B Noise From Endless Summer
(p) Copyright Control  2010 Qritikal Records

Additional event footage courtesy of Cliff Productions

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20 comments

  • Comment Link Monday, 01 October 2012 10:43 posted by sean mackaoui

    another amazing piece of work by shared space and light!

  • Comment Link Thursday, 27 September 2012 23:10 posted by SB

    Amazing! Well done all, what a wickedly stirring and fun 10 mins. Great storytelling too. Only wish I'd seen it live. xx

  • Comment Link Monday, 24 September 2012 21:08 posted by Joan Johnson

    Wow absolutely fantastic – breath-taking, so much talent in one place. That’s one show I wish I had see live. Congratulations to all involved

  • Comment Link Wednesday, 19 September 2012 18:08 posted by Bizz Laird

    Terrific show - congratulations. Content really relevant and creatively put together -it tells an uplifting story. Music a good choice to match the mood. Synchronisation of light and fireworks looks good. Great idea to show the crowds reaction and their sound. Loved it. Bizz

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 19:32 posted by Katie Lloyd

    Well done!!! I wish I'd seen it live. I loved the whole look of it, but I particularly liked the years ticking by, while the flags were added and the interviews. Amazing.

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 17:22 posted by Ann Welfare

    WOW! Katy - that is utterly amazing and I so wish I'd been able to be there to see it happen. Well done to you Katy and of course the rest of your team and everyone else involved.

    I' m so proud of you... Mumxxx

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 17:02 posted by Ruth Clarke

    Was lucky enough to be in the Market Square with some Wonderful company, enjoying every part of the Festivities! Aylesbury Town should be very proud of itself for an Amazing show, a momentous night to remember for ever!!!!

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 15:49 posted by Andrew Grottick

    Another awesome job: Looks fantastic on film - and I'm sure it's mindblowing live. Hope one day I can see one.

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 14:18 posted by Virtudes Camacho

    What a spectacle.The precise coordination between the images and the fireworks was just one instance of many that contributed to a professional presentation.

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 18 September 2012 14:04 posted by Kate

    Amazing! Well done to everyone involved it was spectacular.

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