Creative video production

Theatre Visuals


OaksBark has created theatre visuals for many plays, performances and installations.

These are some examples:


Glasgow’s Millennium Hogmanay – UZ

The main show started with a captivating children’s lantern parade and stunning lighting installation projected across the Glasgow Science Centre. The images depicted Glasgow’s past, present and future alongside a specially commissioned soundscape.

20,000 people enjoyed the spectacular firework performance specially choreographed by France’s Groupe F.

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark


Monster – Visible Fictions

Based on the award winning novel by Walter Dean Myers and scripted by Douglas Irvine

“Sometimes I feel like I have walked into the middle of a movie. Maybe I can make my own movie. The film will be the story of my life. No, not my life, but of this experience. I’ll call it what the lady who is the prosecutor called me … Monster.”

This clip is of the main character’s father visiting him in jail. The father is a projection on stage.

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark


Tam O’Shanter – Scottish Opera

A childen’s play adaptation of a Robert Burns poem.

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark and Iain Piercy


Agua – OaksBark Installation

Agua is an Expanded Cinema Installation, a collaboration between sculpture, film and music

Mirrored columns of varying size and shape formed a surreal forest of mirrored skeleton like forms. Banks of video projectors delivered images into the installation space.  The images became displaced by the revolving mirrors, bouncing and refracting around the venue space.

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark


Jihad Inner Struggle – Theatre Insaan

Two men share a house. One is a British Asian Ugandan of an Islamic background, the other an Israeli of Jewish background.

Jihad: Inner Struggle tells the story of the similarities, differences and prejudices that exist as these two people, from completely different cultural perspectives, get to know each other.

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark



Four faces of Fear – East Glasgow Youth Theatre

Joyce McMillan, writing in The Scotsman on Four Faces Of Fear, said: ‘If the dual aim of a youth theatre production is to encourage young people to act and speak out of their experience, but also to give their imaginations a chance to soar, I can’t recall ever seeing a young people’s show that did it better than (their) production.’

Visuals by Iñigo Garrido/OaksBark