“Impossibly infectious” Washington Post

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In 2016, Metric commissioned us to design the most significant tour of their career. The design upscaled from 2 light pyramids in US theaters to 3 light pyramids in Canadian Arenas. Featuring 60 Ayrton Intellipix, low fog, animal masks, DMX controlled LED shades, UV superhero cape. The show was praised for its continuous surprises, precise lighting design, and dynamic flow. The final show in Vancouver, BC was recorded by 26 cameras, finished in 4K with audio mixed by multi-Grammy winner David Bottrill to create the feature film Dreams So Real. The film features fan favorites across five albums including indelible hits “Breathing Underwater”, “Gold Guns Girls” and “Help I’m Alive” and has been screened in movie theaters around the world. With plenty of arena-worthy moments, Dreams So Real is a stunning recreation of an incredibly special evening. Enjoy this film at

US & Canada "Lights on the Horizon" and "I Can See The End" Tours

Concept and Creative Direction by Jon Morris
Technical Design by Josh Higgason and Solotec
Lighting Design by Ian Macdonald and Meagan Metcalf
Metric: Emily Haines, Jimmy Shaw, Joshua Winstead, and Joules Scott-Key
Management: Crystal Math Music
Technical Implementation by Solotech Toronto
Photography by Will O'hare and Josh Higgason
Metric's Jimmy Shaw -- "The Windmill Factory are the most collaborative, forward thinking and talented people we've worked with. Their results are simply stunning.”
The Times -- "Electro-glam gold."
Washington Post --“Impossibly infectious.”