Three lighting professionals, each with vast practical experience and knowledge about LED lighting, discuss LEDs from the perspectives and experiences of an architect who is a luminaire designer, a controls expert and a lighting designer/specifier. Each with extensive experience in educating on the subject of light will share individual perspectives using specific projects to illustrate lessons learned.
- Learn from experiences with LED as a new source, and the identifiable pitfalls and successes from individual projects.
- Highlighted projects will demonstrate how learning from early experiences with LEDs can keep one safe as the source itself changes in technology and compatibility.
- Explore how LEDs are expanding with the other elements in the lighting system in various industry segments.
- Learn how to stay up-to-date on sources, lighting systems and controls as they evolve.
Lindsley Consultants Inc.
Four decades on the job learning has given Lindsley a career that continues to fascinate. Three paths contribute to her lighting view: the practice of architectural lighting design; a robust volunteer effort with associations; and teaching as Director MFA Lighting at Parsons, President IESNY, President IALD, and Lighting Chair 90.1 Commercial Code Committee.
Past President IES-NYC & Chair of IES-NYC Lumens; SciFi aficionado & Flea Market addict; Performer/LD Town School Players NYC; Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., 1994-Present OEM Team; Lite Makers Inc, 1991-1994
An Architect, Lighting Designer & Product Designer, Ann has won several Lighting Design and Luminaire Design awards. In 2001, she developed a business plan and launched her LED luminaire company, "io Lighting". Her passion for lighting led her to be an entrepreneur with proven success in luminaire category creation & innovation.