High House Production Park in Purfleet was created to provide state-of-the-art facilities for practitioners in the creative and technical theatre industries. The Production Park is home to organizations including the Royal Opera House and the National Skills Academy for Creative and Cultural.
Recently the Production Park launched their display of a series of sculptures across the 14-acre site. The sculptures were supplied by the Cass Sculpture Foundation, a charitable organization to commission and display contemporary outdoor sculptures. Five international artists: Antony Gormley, Steven Gregory, Marcus Kleinfeld, Tim Morgan and Jilly Sutton created the sculptures. For the launch event of the exhibition, the sculptures were lit by entertainment lighting specialist White Light. The project was delivered by White Light’s four lighting apprentices – Natalie Brotherton, Gabrielle Felix-Daramy, Daniel Goodwin and Danielle Morris – under the guidance of Project Manager Richard Saunders.