Paul Johnson joins the team as architectural lighting director
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Paul Johnson joins the team as architectural lighting director

Paul Johnson joins the team as architectural lighting director

Paul brings more than 10 years of experience to his architectural lighting director position at Satore Studio. He worked on projects for the likes of Sadler’s Wells, the Royal Albert Hall and Wembley Arena. He has also provided lighting solutions for the likes of Icelandic avant-rock band Sigur Rós. Alongside lighting director Bruno Poet and Glastonbury’s John Peel stage with lighting designer Cate Carter.

Tupac Martir said: “To have  Paul is a brilliant complement to the work we craft here at Satore. Adding to the mix of traditional and tech-first artists at the studio. His lighting design background and knowledge of the industry represent a valuable addition to the team, especially at a time when the EU is discussing making huge changes to its lighting regulations.”

Commenting on his appointment, Paul Johnson said: “The team at Satore are truly inspirational. The number of painters, filmmakers, producers, technologists, sound and motion experts and a range of other artists, meaning that I can push my creative thinking to the limit and execute ideas with a team that understands how to craft experiences that are unmatched in every respect. For me, lighting is a key aspect of any experience.  Lighting should captivate and move an audience from the moment they arrive in the car park all the way to the stage or equivalent.”

 

Welcome to the team PJ.