“...The lighting was awesomely imaginative and innovative, despite many restrictions. It supported the performance and looked good from every angle despite little rehearsal. It created a wonderful sense of scale, and stunning and tasteful use of projection mapping, making Buckingham Palace a performer in its own right..." Royal Television Society Craft and Design Award Judges on the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
"... a Triumph of Illumination that made us all gasp..." Ben Hoyle in The Times on the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
"...As the sun set, the pictures started to take on a magical quality, and when it got completely dark, we were in fairyland. The stage lighting and the visuals were extraordinary, and your skill in transforming the stage was amazing...you produced, without doubt, the most exciting lighting design I've ever worked with ..." Geoff Posner Television Director for the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
"...thanks for being so inventive and flexible and finding solutions rather than problems..." Albert Lawrence Site Manager for the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
"...At all the performances of Classical Spectacular this Autumn there has been a renewed and spontaneous standing ovation after the 1812 Overture. The creativity that has gone in to the new production has I believed resulted in one of the best shows we have ever done so thank you all once again for your continued support..." Anthony Findlay MD of Raymond Gubbay Limited, 2009.
"...Thankyou for an invaluable contribution - the event was an enormous success with almost 10 million watching on BBC television - Images of this spectacular event were carried across the Globe..." Ken Livingstone after the New year's Eve celebration at the London Eye.
"...We took up a challenge and thanks to your positive attitude, talent and enthusiasm, we overcame it - It will be my honour to work with you again..." Marco Balich, Executive Producer of the Winter Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies 2006.
"...Just a quick note to say that looked fantastic and the lighting and effects were Spectacular..." Gary Withers, Managing Director of Imagination, after the Winter Olympics in Turin.
"...Buckingham Palace turned neon pink and beautiful images were beamed onto it. The building became a work of art - the kind of art that speaks volumes to my generation..." India Knight in The Times on Her Majesty The Queen's Golden Jubilee Light and Fireworks Extravaganza.
"...As a culturally savvy, triumphantly modern spectacle, I've never seen anything like it...it was the most extraordinary sight...so revolutionary...so modern and so uniquely British: no other nation would have had the bottle..." more from India Knight on the Jubilee Light and Fireworks Extravaganza on Monday 3rd of June 2002.
"...That was a triumph - it could not have been better or more spectacular..." Sir Major Michael Parker after the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
"...I thought the lighting was just right - subtle, but with a hint of glamour..." Sir Paul McCartney after the premiere of 'Standing Stone'.
"...I must say his work is of World Class quality and I would strongly recommend him for the expertise and excellence that he has in his line of work..." Ravi Dubey, Senior Vice President of the Taj Hotel Group, India.
"...I can't thank you enough for the great lighting, it completely transformed everything - the hats - the room - the models - into another dimension. What beautiful lighting everybody said after the show, it really was magnificent..." Philip Treacy after the Paris Fashion Week 2001.
"...I wanted to thank you for creating such amazing lighting - the exhibition looks fantastic - you have created exactly the aesthetic that Philip always intended to convey - it is wonderful to watch everybody's response to the show..." Donna Loveday, Senior Curator at the London Design Museum after the opening of the Philip Treacy exhibition.
"...thank you for your hard work, for your perseverance and for your talent, it really has paid dividends. Our show is receiving unbelievable plaudits and accolades, it really is an excellent piece of work..." Julian Pullan, Managing Director of HP:ICM after the press day of the Volkswagen stand at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2001.
"...Durham Marenghi's lighting design is delightful throughout..." David Dougill in The Daily Telegraph on Torvill and Dean's 'Ice Adventures'
"...the real star of the show was Durham Marenghi with his cascade of computer controlled lights..." Michael Boon in the Western Mail on 'Classical Spectacular'.
"...Durham Marenghi's Lighting added a new dimension to concert going..." Chris Aspin in the Manchester Evening News on Raymond Gubbay's 'Classical Spectacular'.
"...backstage I never saw the full glory of the lighting, but from everyone's reports, all night, you did brilliantly..." letter from Sir Ian McKellen after a Stonewall benefit concert at The Royal Albert Hall.
"...both Voytek and Durham Marenghi prove themselves to be masters of their craft..." Bill Beminster in The Woking News on Keith Hack's 'The Women'
"...bathed in a warm honeyed glow..." Jon Holliday in The Stage on Giles Havergal's 'The Marriage of Figaro'.
"...the lighting of Durham Marenghi where the rapid changes of colour and pattern served to charm and calm rather than dazzle and confuse the eye..." Bill Harpe in The Guardian on Robin Cousin's 'Electric Ice'.
"...Durham Marenghi's computerised lighting plot is one of the wonders of the theatrical world..." Jeremy Brien in The Stage on 'Electric Ice'.
"...the first of The Durham Marenghi's apocalypse-like changes..." Irving Wardle in The Times on Michael Bogdanov's 'The Ancient Mariner' at the Young Vic.