Popup Retail Store
The UK retailer hired NGP to build and manage their pop up location on the drag at The University of Texas. With an Austin/Music theme in place, the team designed and built window displays, dressing rooms, clothing racks, props, décor and lighting, as well as facilitated the launch party. The store was open for three weeks, and word quickly spread that it was a sight to see and the place to be.
CLIENT: Amanda Oudt
NGP was hired to create a spooky, unforgettable experience for The Oudt’s “Spooked Oudt Halloween Party” at their home. The team designed a projection system showing blood dripping down the front of the house, with additional projections creating dancing fire on the side of the house, and skulls on the garage door. NGP installed eerie, pulsing lights in the backyard, as well as floating apparitions, flicker flame chandeliers, and a creepy dance floor and DJ booth. The guests were thrilled, and the house was the talk of the neighborhood.
CLIENT: Brown Advisory
Brown Advisory launched their Austin division and asked NGP to help. The client wanted their guests to see their new location from a breathtaking vantage point, and Boiler Nine was a perfect choice with its upper deck, featuring old-school viewfinders pointing straight at the client’s new office tower. Team NGP handled the communication with the developer, commercial leasing office and construction crew, and hung a massive, illuminated banner on the new building. Guests were impressed and astonished, from more than 3 blocks away!
CLIENT: Suzanne Court Catering & Events
NGP collaborates with Suzanne Court Catering on a number of exciting events, ranging from a wedding at Lady Bird Wildflower Center to a surprise party at the Austonian to an 80th birthday party at a private home. NGP’s ambitious designs have included moving lights, personalized gobos, fabric and chandelier backdrops, and elaborate projections, as well as skilled production and event management.
Big Hair Country Fair
CLIENT: Creative Action
NGP revamped Fair Market event space for Creative Action’s annual fundraiser. The theme was country fair, and it was a carnival of a night featuring panning for gold, a hooch toss, fortune tellers, interactive art, photo booths, a “big hair” salon, and live performances. Creative Action is the largest youth arts organization in Central Texas, and raised valuable funds for its creative learning programs.