Published: 15:37, 11 June 2021
| Updated: 15:38, 11 June 2021
If you saw bright lights shining into the night sky during the early hours, don't worry it wasn't aliens or a lockdown-busting rave.
The spectacular laser show was for a promotional video being filmed by Kent Media Group Ltd.
Using £250,000 worth of equipment, they shone the lights thousands of feet into the air above Medway.
Company director Jack Wilson was joined by colleagues at Lordswood Leisure Centre from midnight to 3am.
Although he assumed the show would go largely unnoticed because of the late hour, he was amazed to get scores of messages on social media.
In total, 11 different lasers were used with people reporting seeing them from up to 8km away.
The video is being produced for international firm Laserworld UK.
It's not the first time Jack's company, which is based near Rochester Airport, has made the headlines.
In June last year, they lit up the White Cliffs of Dover to honour the Dame Very Lynn.
Speaking about last night's work, he said he'd been pleasantly surprised by the reaction.
He said: "You always worry that some people might complain about things, but the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
"It was really great, I hope people didn't think aliens were landing or something."
The highlight for him came just before dawn, when they were able to write the company's name on a passing cloud.