In pictures: The Projection Studio produces Band Aid 30 stunt

London projection specialists, The Projection Studio (TPS), was tasked to create and deliver a full projection design within 24 hours to enable a giant image of the Band Aid 30 music video to be projected onto the Houses of Parliament in Westminster last week.


The stunt, which took place on Sunday (7 December), involved the video for the charity Band Aid 30 single being projected onto the London landmark. The song is helping to raise funds and awareness in the charity’s ongoing fight against Ebola.

Event production company Ten Alps called TPS’ creative director Ross Ashton last Friday, after receiving final clearance from Bob Geldof, on all the permissions to make the high-profile event happen on the Sunday evening in front of the world’s press.

The projection measured 65 metres high, by 32 metres wide, and was projected 250 metres across the River Thames by eight projectors positioned opposite the House of Commons in the grounds of St. Thomas’s Hospital.

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