Jeet-Kei Leung of The Bloom Series meeting with Bruce Beeley of Lasers and Lights.com at Enchanted Forest Festival
Posted on August 21 2013Bruce and Jeet-Kei met up at the Enchanted Forest Festival in celebration of another magnificent transformational festival in Camp Navarro, Mendocino. Jeet-Kei is the director/producer of the fantastic video documentary The Bloom Series which shows how the transformational festivals like Burning Man, Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis and dozens more are birthing a new culture that demonstrates exchanges with their surroundings with harmony in sustainable ways. Bruce has shown his enthusiasm and support for this documentary project by making his company Lasers and Lights.com a sponsor of The Bloom Series. At the Enchanted Forest Festival Bruce set up a series of BlissLights projectors at the creekside on the dome over the crystal altar, the lodge aiming into the labyrinth, the cabins where his trailer was parked, the deep forest experience, the Healing Sanctuary of Squish and the more intimate small stage and art galleries on the hill top. These Laser Starfield Projectors included a number of Spright landscape stake lights, the Bliss 15 indoor projectors and the Starry Starry Night projector. These projectors showered the towering redwoods with laser beams creating the appearance of thousands of fireflies in the forest.
Here a Bliss 15 Laser Projector was placed inside a wooden enclosure as part of an art installation with the laser beams illuminating the hanging mobile portion in the photo below.
Here is the spectacular Crystal Altar with large and small precious crystals gathered from many collections. Our Bliss 15 Laser Starfield Projector was mounted on the outside of this dome projecting firefly like laser beams across the creek into the majestic forest.
Here is the spectacular DJ stage suspended between two giant redwood trees and decorated beautifully with lighting, art and a Ganesha altar below it with water features. Here is a spectacular sampling of the artwork at the entrance to the art gallery. The lighting gradually changed colors making the painting change dynamically from moment to moment as living artwork. Another clan is born from the bonding effects of these Transformational Festivals which are so heart opening and inspiring that participants return from them with a new set of priorities and perspective on their true community.