Morpheus Lights announced the opening of its new Las Vegas office and production facility at 1660 Helm Drive, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89119. The new shop will focus on serving the event markets in Las Vegas and southern California and will be the base of operations for Mark Fetto, Morpheus Light’s chief operating officer. The company’s main manufacturing facility and tour production shop will remain in Redding, CA.
To help support growth in client services, industry veteran Cory Walker has joined Morpheus as a national sales associate. Walker brings more than eight years of industry experience to the company, most recently as lead lighting technician for Boyd Gaming and was responsible for client interface for Sam’s Town Live at Sam’s Town Casino.
“The timing is perfect for us to open this new regional office in Las Vegas and we are excited to welcome Cory to our team,” says Fetto. “We have been working with clients in Las Vegas for many years on a limited basis. Now we have a full-service operation in place to better serve our clientele as well as promote the enhanced capabilities of our newest technology and production packaging solutions across the country.”
Morpheus Lights is currently working on a variety of corporate projects within the Las Vegas market and recently completed the following events: Tracker Marine Group’s 2006 Dealer Meeting, BCGI Booth at the CIT Convention, and the Keynote Address and Presentation Rooms for the ICSC.
On a national level, Morpheus is supporting Bruce Springsteen’s Seeger Sessions world tour, the GIGANTOUR 2 tour, and the Disson 2006 skating tour which will be televised this fall on NBC. Recent television productions serviced by Morpheus’ Las Vegas shop include the hit-TV reality show Rock Star: Supernova in conjunction with Illumination Dynamics of Pacoima, California and the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards, in conjunction with Scharff Weisberg Lighting of New York.