Past Events

Snapshots of Our Past Work


Having awarded ATRTreehouse four consecutive five year contracts to provide all technical services for their main commencement ceremony, Harvard University also called upon us to produce their 375th anniversary, aptly named H375. Arguably one of the largest events we have ever produced, the massive festival required every element, from large scale performances by the likes of YoYo Ma, to video, staging, power distribution and extensive stage and architectural lighting. For a more in depth look at that special night, take a look at the video.


We have enjoyed working with the Rhode Island School of Design for twenty years. Their unique approach to producing events keeps things interesting, to say the least. Pictured here is their annual commencement which takes place on the massive exhibit level of the Rhode Island Convention Center. The festivities include a Dixie Land band marching in while playing Pomp and Circumstance, a jazz quintet and, of course, their elaborate decorations which we light to help make a typically stuffy event much more fun and alive.


Deploying the correct equipment and then using it efficiently to change the look and feel of a space is key to the success of a corporate meeting. Continually altering their environment keeps an audience alert and focused. It also allows a space to be used for a variety of functions, which saves money. During the daytime this ballroom was used for a general session, later that evening it was used for a dinner and awards ceremony. Today’s lighting and video equipment offers us the flexibility to keep audiences engaged and make the best use of space.


History was made during the summer of 2014 when Mystic Seaport took the last remaining wooden whaleship in the world back to sea. Following a five-year restoration, the 172 year old Charles W. Morgan sailed on her 38th Voyage to New England ports-of-call, raising awareness of America’s maritime heritage. We at ATRTreehouse were extremely proud to have played a small part, providing production services for the ship’s launch, as well as its subsequent visits to ports along the Atlantic seaboard.

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