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11 October 2018

Mark Andrew, top attraction lighting designer, founds Remarkable Light

Introducing Mark Andrew's new company, Remarkable Light, serving the attractions industry.

Mark spent a good portion of his career at Yeager Design LLC, where as Associate Designer he was lighting theme park attractions, visitor centers, museum exhibits, corporate theater projects and the occasional observation deck. The primary client he served during that time was BRC Imagination Arts, providing lighting design on some 20 projects, several of which were honored with TEA Thea Awards. The most prominent of the BRC projects were Shuttle Launch Experience and Exploration Space at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center (Orlando), the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (Springfield, IL), The Ghost of the Castle at Louisiana’s Old State Capitol (Baton Rouge, LA), the Heineken Experience (Amsterdam), Story Garden by AmorePacific (Korea) and two USA Pavilions at world expos: 2005 (Aichi, Japan) and 2010 (Shanghai). 

Photo: Special effects theater at Universal Studios Singapore

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