TEM is a design studio that takes moving image to new spaces
to craft evocative experiences and tell meaningful stories.
Emeli Sandé's Long Live the Angels arena tour draws to a close this week. Our congratulations to everyone involved.
A thank you from TEM, to each artist who performed in FRAMES and to everyone who came and helped make each performance a unique experience.
Our reconfigurable video environment FRAMES has been installed in Selfridges. The staging concept will evolve to accomodate a series of performances over the course of its time there.
We were kindly invited by the OMA group to install at the Palazzo Reale, for La Rinascente 100—Stories of Innovation.
We are incredibly humbled to have been invited to help Jay Z and Beyoncé with their concert in support of Secretary Hillary Clinton. The result isn’t the one we hoped for, but we’re #stillwithher in all its meanings.
The work we did to integrate Intel technology with Lady Gaga at the Grammys won a Gold Design Lion at Cannes.
We made something special for Rag and Bone ss17. Exploring virtual worlds with 0.5 tonne, 2.5m tall, 60rpm beacons. x3.
We recently designed and delivered the lighting and staging environment with Universal Everything for the MCM x Chris Raeburn collection shown during London Collections: Men.

A 360 projection surface and lighting array. MCM linked up with renowned British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn to reimagine the iconic Cognac Visetos canvas in his signature RE-MADE aesthetic.

Learn more: mcmworldwide.com/en/mcmxcr/mcmxcr.html
We spent six weeks in LA in January and February 2016 working with Intel’s tracking and sensor team in order to integrate Intel Curie with the Notch game engine and d3 to create an interactive show at the Grammys.

It was for Lady Gaga’s performance. Half way through production, David Bowie passed away, the Grammys offered Lady Gaga the opportunity to create a performance to celebrate his life and work.

There were a lot of clever and talented people involved to integrate all of those systems, chiefly Joss Gray, David Bajt Ulla Winkler, Mark Logue, and the Intel team, and we achieved that technically with relative ease.