London-based lighting distributor White Light has been appointed a UK dealer for Selecon, the New Zealand-based manufacturer of stage and architectural lighting equipment. The full range of Selecon's stage lighting products, including Pacific, Acclaim and Compact, are now available from White Light Sales. Enliten, the White Light Group's architectural lighting specialist, becomes a UK distributor for Selecon's Ardiis range of architectural lighting products.
White Light has been involved with Selecon's equipment for some years, supplying it when requested by lighting designers. Most notably, White Light supplied the first Pacific 80V system in the UK to David Hersey for a projected window effect in My Fair Lady, currently playing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
The addition of Selecon to White Light Sales' stock means that White Light can now offer customers lanterns from all of the major lighting manufacturers, including Selecon, ETC, Strand Lighting and Robert Juliat, for whom White Light are the exclusive UK distributor. "Having access to the equipment from all of these fine manufacturers means that we can offer customers the widest possible choice backed up with the impartial opinions we have always prided ourselves on," comments White Light sales director Peter Threadgold. "We have admired Selecon and their products for some time, and are glad that we have now been able to add them to the mix. They were very helpful when we supplied the low-voltage Pacific system to My Fair Lady, and we look forward to working closely with them from now on."