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  • New Gear In Rental Stock

    We’ve been on a shopping spree lately. With a growing rental business, it was time to stock a deeper and broader selection of lighting gear. Deeper for the items we already have and broader to expand into new equipment. Our new rental gear includes moving lights, LED fixtures, FX, strobe lights, and cable. So far. […]

  • Gooding & Company 2014 Pebble Beach Auction

    On over twenty occasions we’ve been entrusted with lighting Gooding & Company’s prestigious classic car auctions. Having worked with Kinetic on countless other projects, Denny Beaubien, CEO/Founder of Production Elements, the event producer for the prestigious auto auctions, once again called upon us to design and implement the lighting for this year’s Pebble Beach Auction. Kinetic co-owner and senior […]

  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Yesterday we took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Here’s what it looked like:     We took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Kinetic Lighting on Vimeo.

  • Our Very Own Rental Software

    We’re revealing here our latest investment in technology—but this time, it’s not in equipment. In an exciting new upgrade, we’ve developed our own cutting-edge rental software system to manage our lighting operations. We’ve been a Mac house since our inception and have long searched to find an off-the-shelf solution we could run natively. After a […]

  • Rogue R2 Spot Rentals

    Rogue R2 Spot in Rental Inventory

    Our Chauvet Rogue R2 Spots arrived today, and just in time, too. We sold many of our Mac 250 Entours, to be replaced with Rogue R2 Spots. We chose Chauvet’s fixture for this purpose after doing a shootout in our facility with products from other leading manufacturers. The R2 Spot was the brightest of the bunch, […]

  • Source 4 Mini

    We now rent ETC Source Four Mini. In fact, we’ve added both black and white models to our rental inventory. These are cute little fixtures that function like their big brethren, yet are small enough to for a lot of applications where the Source Four won’t fit.