Are we still lighting designers?
Presentation date: 24. October
Presentation time: 12:15
Jonathan Rush will question the nature and roles that lighting designers are expected to fulfil today, and expound on his claims. The paper will debate some of the changes currently underway, discuss lighting designers’ roles in them, and perhaps suggest that the term “Lighting Designer” is simply not suitable anymore. He assumes that more change is coming, and if lighting designers do not embrace and lead this change they may be overtaken.
Jonathan Rush/UK, Hoare Lea
Jonathan has more than 15 years’ experience in the field of lighting design. He began his design career studying Furniture Design at the University of Central England (UCE) in Birmingham. He graduated in 1999 and then worked as a lighting designer for a number of consultancies before joining Hoare Lea Lighting in 2005. In 2009, Jonathan successfully completed his MSc in Light & Lighting at the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Jonathan now manages the Hoare Lea Lighting Design team, with an oversight on all project work and delivery both in the UK and internationally.