As the series epic Game of Thrones comes to an end, Tom Gates talks about his experience being gaffer on the show since the very beginning and what it takes to light a month-long battle sequence.
Irish born Gaffer Andy Cole talks about his experience working on the Oscar nominated “The Favourite“ and working with Panalux.
Gaffer Tom Gates has been a mainstay on HBO mega hit "Game of Thrones" since season one. We chatted with him about what goes into lighting one of history's biggest TV dramas.
Scottish Gaffer Scott Napier talks about his experience working on the set of hit series “Outlander”, some of the challenges he faced and how Panalux made things easier for him.
Welsh Gaffer Andrew “Tala” Taylor recounts the peculiarities of filming “The Bastard Executioner” in Wales and how Panalux’s flexible and responsive service enabled him to succeed.
Jekyll & Hyde Gaffer Paul Murphy talks to us about the importance of quality customer service and dependability when it comes to his relationship with a lighting provider. Beyond availability of kit, Paul cites a willingness to provide honest support and communication as the overwhelming reason he has continued to work with Panalux.
2015 Welsh election coverage
Panalux’ proprietary LED lighting products stole the show at the 2015 Welsh election coverage. Find out how Lighting Director Andy Cottey and Gaffer Gafin Riley relied on the powerful, energy-saving combination of the Panalux HiLo™ and LD X90™
From his days as a student right through to the past 10 years of DoP Kit Fraser’s career, Panalux has delivered unprecedented support, service and access to equipment.
Director of Photography Vanessa “Ness” Whyte and Panalux join forces to design a new kind of light for a special project, resulting in one of Panalux’s most demanded LED products.
To accommodate the complicated task of filming in the vicinity of Manchester’s railways, experienced Gaffer Billy Tracey relied on Panalux equipment and flexible service.
Gaffer Mark Gardiner credits Panalux Broadcast & Event for the biggest job of his career. Read on to find out how Mark and Panalux pulled out all the stops to light up a 100-acre forest for one of TV’s scariest reality gameshows.