Electric Egg were commissioned to document Lincoln’s biennial digital arts festival ‘Frequency’. Frequency showcases the contemporary digital art across the city, provoking conversation and engagement with the arts in a variety of unexpected locations. Be it amongst the ruins of a roman wall, a medieval chapter house or an flash mob in a public square – Frequency once again proved it is one of the UK’s leading digital arts festivals.
Our photography was commissioned for use within social media marketing, festival documentation but also for sharing with news agencies, publications and journalists covering the festival. The images have thus been used far and wide by bloggers and arts writers as well as established publications such as the New Scientist.
“We’ve worked with Electric Egg on a number of occasions and they always come through for us on time, on budget and above expectations. They’re a company that take time to understand what you want beyond just the aesthetic, but then make sure that the end result always looks great too.”
Samantha Lindley – Director of Programmes Threshold Studios