Winner of The ADB Theatre Award for Plays:
Richard Howell for Guards at the Taj
Winner of The ETC Theatre Award for Dance:
Fabiana Piccioli for Echoes
Winner of The PRG XL Video Theatre Award for Musicals:
David Hersey for Fiddler on the Roof
Winner of The Hawthorn Theatre Award for Projection Design:
Lysander Ashton for City of Glass
Winner of The Robert Juliat Theatre Award for Opera:
Simon Corder for The Queen of Spades
Winner of The Light Initiative Television Award for Events:
Bernie Davis for BBC1’s Festival of Remembrance
Winner of The Philips Vari-Lite Television Award for Drama:
Dominic Clemence for CBBC’s Hetty Feather
Winner of The SLX Television Award for Light Entertainment:
Martin Kempton for BBC1’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong
Winner of The Green Hippo Television Award for Video Graphic Display:
David Newton for BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing
Winner of The Altman Lighting Television Award for Small Production:
Chris Hollier and Andy Cottey for ITV’s Euros 2016
Winner of the STLD Award
Ross Williams for his unwavering support to television lighting designers
CONCERT TOURING AND EVENTS
Winner of The MA Lighting Award for Club:
Louis Oliver and James Scott for You Me At Six
Winner of The HSL Award for Events:
Mike Smith and Cate Carter for Samsung x Royal Blood
Winner of The Avolites Award for Stage:
Michael Straun for The xx
Winner of The d3 Technologies Award for Video Electronic Content:
Liam Tomaszewski, Mark Calvert, Dave Green and Ross Chapple for Eric Prydz: Epic 5.0
Winner of The GLP Award for Arena:
Jeremy Lechterman and Jackson Gallagher for alt-J
THE ENRICO CAIRONI LIFETIME RECOGNITION AWARD
As is traditional, the final KOI Award of the evening was the Enrico Caironi Lifetime Recognition Award, named in memory of Claypaky’s former commercial director, one of the instigators of KOI, who sadly passed away in 2011.
This year, the Enrico Caironi Lifetime Recognition Award went to Rick Fisher, the renowned, prolific and talented lighting designer who has won multiple awards and critical acclaim in the West End, Broadway and around the World.
Rick was recognised by the Award not only for his achievements in lighting design, but also for his altruistic contributions to industry charities, from his help starting Light Relief to his current work with The Technical Entertainment Charity known as BACKUP. Fisher has also helped guide the Association of Lighting Designers to its current position as the largest body of lighting designers ever assembled.
To close the evening, BACKUP was presented with a cheque from KOI Headline Sponsor Claypaky for £5,000.
Pio Nahum, CEO of KOI Headline Sponsor Claypaky, says: “The Knight of Illumination Awards has evolved into the most significant celebration of lighting and video design talent. This Awards ceremony provides the ideal platform for rewarding the hard work, dedication and outstanding creative talent of professionals working in show production on stage and screen. Congratulations to all of the shortlisted and winning designs. We are exceedingly proud of the development of KOI over the last ten years and we are delighted to have seen the event grow and attract the sponsorship and support of almost all of the major business in the entertainment technology industry.”
Headline Sponsors of the Knight of Illumination Awards 2017 are Claypaky and Osram. The event was also generously supported by KOI 2017 Spotlight Sponsors ADB, Altman Lighting, ArKaos, Avolites, d3 Technologies, ETC, GLP German Light Products, Green Hippo, HSL Group, Light Initiative, MA Lighting, PRG XL Video, Philips Vari-Lite and Robert Juliat, SLX, and by technology and production supplier Hawthorn.
The Knight of Illumination Awards is organised by The ALD, The STLD and The Fifth Estate and produced and delivered by The Fifth Estate Ltd. Internationally renowned lighting designer Durham Marenghi and his wife Jennie Marenghi co-found and are now co-ordinators of the Awards.