Each year, I create a video for our annual training “PyroCamp” to give our newbies a little insight into the company and remind the seasoned pyrotechnicians of how much fun they had the prior year. However, this has always been private for employees eyes only.
This year, I have been inspired by some of my photography friends
to create a “Year-End Review” for Pyrotex.
What a great idea to remember and share some of our most memorable displays each year.
Why didn’t I think of this before?
So, here it is, 2014 through the eyes of a Pyrotex pyrotechnician…
We rang in the new year with a bang with 3 New Years Eve fireworks displays across Texas.
We helped celebrate —
the 30th anniversary of the DFW Chapter of NACE (National Association of Catering and Events),
the 25th Anniversary of the Meyerson Symphony Center with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra,
and the 10th Anniversary of a very special program at Cook Children’s Hospital.
We enhanced the performances of Beauty and the Beast for JJ Pearce High School and
Phantom of the Opera for Dallas Baptist University.
Our crew members were thrilled about our multiple visits to Texas Motor Speedway and
Circuit of the Americas to entertain race fans, high school seniors, and corporate groups.
We trained a great new group of employees at PyroCamp this year and
also hosted additional training classes for our crew leads.
We turned one of our demo nights into a 4th of July inspired style shoot complete with planners,
Julie and Emily from Forever Events and Weddings, Photographer Justin Yoder,
and pie….can’t forget the pie!
We did celebrate a couple little holidays called 4th of July and Christmas!
Between it all, oh and a little trip to China (see details here), we entertained crowds of thousands for weddings, birthday parties, college homecomings, festivals, and corporate events all year long.
We are looking forward to even more celebrations and memorable events in 2015!
Thanks to all of our clients, friends, audiences, and crew members for being a part of it.