Special Events Concert Venues Theatre and Movie Premier Events 
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Special Events

Ageha: Tokyo, Japan
Japan's premiere nightclub, Ageha's lighting design was completely designed by Guy Smith.
Boomer Coalition Concert set at Hammerstien Ballroom.  Lighting vendor: VTG
Fashion Shows at hammerstein ballroom
Hetrick Martin Institute fundraiser at the Metropolitan Pavilion and at Avalon
Lenox Hill event at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, designed for Philip Baloun Designs
Concerts and Musical Events  
New york gay men's chorus
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Benefit concert of the New York Gay Men's Chorus at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center, using only 4 moving lights.
MeShell N'degeocello at Cargegie Hall, all conventional lighting.
Justin Timberlake/Teen People Magazine
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Justin Timberlake concert for Teen People Magazine at the Hammerstien Ballroom. Programmed and LDed by Guy Smith, design by Robert Strohmeier.
Hillary Project
PSTT: The Hezekiah Walker and Friends Gospel Concert at Radio City Music Hall
Theatre and Movie Premier Events  
"Enough" movie premier at Roseland Ballroom
"Sweet Home Alabama" movie premier at Altman Building
opening shot of "Stepford wives". moving lights designed by Guy Smith and Peggy Eisenhauer
"RAPT" by Roland Tec. performed at the 45 Below Theater
"MacBeth" at Shakespeare on the Hudson
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Raisin in the Sun Opening Night Gala
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Raisin in the Sun Opening Night Gala: the first event wholly technically produced by Guy Smith Lighting, including sound, DJs, interior and exterior lighting. The outside of the building was lit by two 20K Mole Richardson cinematic fresnels powered by a 1200 KVA generator. The interior was lit by High End Studio colors, Studiospots and Studiobeam PCs supplied by See Factor Industries. The entire interior changed colors in complemetary sets every 5 minutes, until, after dinner, the entire room became a dance floor.