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About us

Email us at info@fractalight.com    Telephone us on 01452 771212

Fractalight creates memorable experiences that work with the local environment. We go well beyond a few coloured floodlights and mirrors to build sculptures and lighting setup that will stop your visitors in their tracks.

Our sculptures can blend in or stand out, but they will also enhance existing features to make your nocturnal views truly stunning.

Our pieces are all ‘pop up’ and range from outdoor architecture to intimate indoor designs. We have deliberately avoided complex computer-driven systems to take a more fundamentalist approach to light art, using the basic building blocks of lighting and construction.

We always complement our sculptures with carefully considered lighting to give you a package that will delight and surprise.


Hal is widely acknowledged as being the founding father of British Yurt building. He conceived and developed the multi yurt concept. He has over forty years experience as an artist builder, putting on events, installations and exhibitions. He studied Islamic Geometry under Keith Critchlow and has made many field trips to Iran and Turkey researching daskardan – freeform compound geometric pattern.

Past and present customers include: Royal Acadamy of Arts, National Theatre, Samiye Ling Monastery, BBC, British Library, Eden Project, Princes’ School of Architecture, The Globe Theatre, Royal Institute of British Architects, Edinburgh Book Festival, Beshara Institute of Esoteric Education, Thames Festival, and numerous top names in the arts, music and entertainment world. He is referenced in many publications, online and printed, including a million hit youtube short ‘how to make a yurt in 3 days?’.


Jack is just a lighting genius. Give him a few LEDs, some pieces of street furniture or industrial scrap and he will come back, probably later that afternoon, with a lit sculpture that is invariably jaw-droppingly beautiful. He never fails to surprise in the way he marries materials and ideas and has an uncanny knack for knowing how something will really come alive when light is played into it.

He started his career 40 years ago as a traditional stained glass artist and has subsequently developed many novel techniques for relief sandblasting of glass. He incorporated illumination into his pieces about 25 years ago and has subsequently built up a flourishing production studio producing sculptures, installations and architectural lighting design. He sends work all over the world and notable recent commissions include Damien Hirst, Dubai airport and Jamie Olivers Montys.

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