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!
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!
It always means so much to us when we get kind words from people we work with–customer service is extremely important to us, so hearing that we’ve made people happy is completely heartwarming. As such, we couldn’t resist sharing this delightful message about an event we recently lit!
God’s Trombones, a new dramatization of James Weldon Johnson’s second collection of poetry,was written by Ted Swindley of Always… Patsy Cline fame. It was staged at the beautiful Christ Church Cathedral and directed by Mr. Swindley and Mary McCallum, and featured poetry staged in a unique theatrical musical production.
After the event we received this lovely email from Mr. Swindley:
We were ecstatic to be a part of this beautiful show in such an incredible setting, and we look forward to working with this amazing team again!
One of our recent clients was the All Academy & ROTC Parents’ Club of Tennessee, and we were delighted to provide the decor lighting for the All Academy Ball in December at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza. We have been lucky enough to work with this event for several years, and we just received a note from them following this year’s event–we were so tickled, we had to share:
How in the world can I thank you enough for once again making our Military Ball so very, very special with your magical lighting! It adds so much to our evening by making the walls “come alive” with the Military symbols and wintery snowflakes. Your company’s touch sets the tone for the evening–a first class night!
We are just glowing after receiving such a lovely note, and we look forward to this event again in 2010!