Here at Bradfield Stage Lighting, we are lucky enough to work with some of the loveliest clients and organizations in town. We got the nicest letter recently that reminded us of this, and it was so lovely we felt it should be shared.
We are proud to have been part of the Volunteer State Horseman’s Foundation Iroquois Steeplechase for so many years. It’s an important Nashville tradition, and one that we love helping with. Working with such kind, gracious people as the event planners at Event Logistics makes it even more wonderful! Thank YOU for including us in such a Nashville institution, and thank you to ALL of our clients for continually reminding us why we do this and how lucky we are!
Check out the Style Blueprint blog about the beautiful Lipman/ Orthwein Wedding that we provided lighting for back in September!
It was a truly wonderful event with such a distinct personal touch, and the lighting design helped tie the decor together as well as highlighting the natural features of the beautiful Middle Tennessee farm setting. And as always, we were honored to work alongside such an incredible team of area vendors and event professionals!
Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority here at Bradfield Stage Lighting. We strive to provide clients with effective, beautiful lighting solutions, which makes notes like these so delightful to receive:
We have the best customers, and we are so grateful to be a part of incredible events like these!
Bradfield Stage Lighting would like to cordially invite you to an Open House and New Technology Showcase here at our offices, 620A Davidson Street, Nashville, TN 37213, on March 15th (The Ides of March!) from 1-5pm. We would love if you could drop by during that time and check out some exciting new gear we will have in house that day!
If you have any questions please let us know, and we hope to see you next Friday!
Here at Bradfield Stage Lighting, we consider a happy client the highest praise. We strive to go above and beyond, so when we hear that we’ve helped create a successful event for our customers we are ecstatic. Here are some of the many compliments we’ve received lately!
We were so psyched to once again be a part of the Live on the Green series, the weekly festival sponsored by the Mayor’s office and Lightning 100 held on the Couthouse Green. The challenge for the festival is to be environmentally conscious about every production aspect, and the LED fixtures we use for the stage are a huge improvement over the power consumption of a traditional parcan lighting rig.
Check out this incredible time-lapse video by Jon Chema of the setup for the Band of Horses date (set to the amazing “Funeral” by Band of Horses, no less):
Live on the Green 2010 from Jon Chema on Vimeo.
In fact, you might call it a philosophy–that making our clients happy is the most important thing we do. That’s why here at Bradfield Stage Lighting, we really try to go the extra mile, pay extra attention to all the details, and create something stunning for each and every client. So when we receive feedback letting us know that we’ve succeeded, it really makes our day!
Here are a couple of lovely notes we’ve gotten recently that made us so happy in return that we just had to share!
This was from a wedding in fabulous Jamison Hall at the Factory in Franklin:
And this wonderful note followed a wedding at Otter Creek Church of Christ that turned a church gym into a wooded grove!
And many thanks in return to both Jody and Teresa for trusting us to be a part of such an important day–it’s not something we take lightly!
We are so ecstatic that the wedding of Reagan and Andy has been featured by the fabulous wedding blog Style Me Pretty!
We provided lighting for this amazing backyard affair, and were ecstatic to be a part of such a lovely and unique event. Many kudos to the bride and groom, whose original plans were somewhat thwarted by the flood, as well as to Crystal Varenkamp, the event coordinator, who made sure everything ran smoothly.
Check out the blog post here to see more pictures from this amazing day, and be sure to check out the video in the post, put together by the very talented Focalpoint Cinematic Weddings, that captures the highlights in stunning fashion!
We recently worked with the very talented wedding planner Kerry Dunn of No Detail UnDunn on a wedding reception at the War Memorial. It’s such an amazing venue–definitely one of the best ceilings in Nashville! And Kerry outdid herself; every detail was spot on. We were so happy to be a part of such a lovely event, but when we got this email from Kerry afterward, we were blown away:
Hearing things like that never ceases to floor us. We are thrilled that we helped make such a special day even more special!
As many Nashvillians can attest, life in Nashville is kind of odd right now. The city is, for the most part, back up and running, but everyone is still dealing with the aftereffects of the recent flooding. We are in the process of redoing our offices, locating new furniture, cleaning our warehouse, and still maintaining a very busy production schedule at the same time. However, we got this message from a client we worked with by providing lighting for the Urban Land Institute Awards Dinner at the Liff Opera Center last week, and it reminds us why we do this:
We love helping create events that feel special for both the attendees and the clients, and we love being part of a creative team working toward a common goal. The ULI Awards Dinner was an incredible event to be a part of, and such warm words mean so much more to us following the chaos that the flood caused. Many thanks to Rose, The ULI, and to the fabulous staff at the Liff Opera Center!