Meet an inspiring expert who will talk about lighting in a way formal education doesn’t always cover

Especially for students, interns, apprentices and new entrants to the lighting professions.

The Institution of Lighting Professionals invites you to these FREE, fun, friendly evening talks.

In collaboration with

© Zumtobel

The Institution of Lighting Professionals arranges a series of events supporting people in the early part of their lighting career.

Successful senior lighting designers agree to share their time and expertise with students, juniors and new entrants to the profession, to demonstrate things that aren’t always taught on traditional courses and inspired, supported and encouraged the next generation.

How To Be Brilliant 2020, sponsored by Zumtobel, is a set of free to attend, fun, friendly evening sessions held in London.

They are open to all, with an emphasis on allowing less experienced students and staff to meet renowned industry experts face to face in a confidence-building atmosphere of encouragement and inclusion. All the sessions include Continuous Professional Development time.

Where & When

2020 London Schedule

30 September

28 October

25 November

Venue

USUAL LONDON VENUE:

Body and Soul, Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4RE

Fees

 

How to Be Brilliant is brought to you by the ILP in collaboration with Zumtobel. Thier generous support means we don’t charge to attend.

For more information please contact jo@theilp.org.uk

Our Speakers

March – EDINBURGH – Laura Phillips, Arup – The role of Lighting Design in ‘Placemaking’

March – LONDON – Luke Edwards, Cue Design – Designing lighting for music shows/concerts

April – LONDON – Linda Salamoun, Steensen Varming – The story of light

May – LONDON – John Bullock, The Light Review – Life is what happens…

Sept – LONDON – Arfon Davies & Nicola Rigoni, Arup – Daylight & Experience

Oct – LONDON – Neil Knowles, Elektra Lighting Design – Circadian Lighting

Nov – LONDON – Colin Ball & Lora Kaleva, BDP – Saturated Colour – Why the Blues?

March – Christopher Knowlton, 18 Degrees – Crafting the intangible

April – Colin Ball, BDP – The Darkness of the Unconscious

May – Lisa Hammond, Gravity Design – External Lighting: Country House to Powerhouse

Sept – Rebecca Hutchison, John Cullen Lighting – Inspirational lighting design for the home

Oct – EDINBURGH – Malcolm Innes, Edinburgh Napier University – True colours: explorations in art, design and research

Oct – LONDON – Lauren Lever, Light iQ – The good, the bad and the ugly … of office lighting

Nov – EDINBURGH – Kevan Shaw, KSLD – A talk about Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Lighting Designer

Nov – LONDON – Magdalena Gomez, Elektra Lighting Design – Light, Colour and Space

April – Peter Pritchard, Pritchard Themis – How to be Brilliant at Lighting for Sculpture

May – Tony Rimmer, Studio 29 – How to be Brilliant at Exterior Lighting

July – Colin Ball, BDP – How to be Brilliant – Archetypes of night: our lost stellar environment

Sept – Jonathan Howard, DHA Designs – How to be Brilliant at Lighting Bowie

Oct – Simon Thorp, LAPD Lighting Design – How to be Brilliant at Lighting Design: A Reflection

Nov – Graham Rollins & Ingo Kalecinski, GNI Projects – How to be Brilliant with Smoke & Mirrors

April – Dominic Harris, Cinimod Studio – Designing into reality

May – Paul James, mondo arc – How to get your work featured in the press

July – Peter Veale, Firefly Lighting Design – Restaurant lighting design

Sept – Lee Barker-Field, Aecom Lighting – Lighting for large spaces

Oct – Filip Vermeiren, Inverse Lighting Design – Contrast in lighting

Nov – Jonathan Rush AND TEAM, Hoare Lea Lighting – Be brilliant at a day in the life of Hoare Lea Lighting

Feb – Florence Lam, Arup – Teamwork

March – Michael Grubb, Michael Grubb Studio – Creative Thinking

April – Neil Knowles, Elektra Lighting – Hospitality

May – Rebecca Weir, Light IQ – The Languages of Light: A creative approach to residential lighting

June – James Siddle, Ideaworks – Moving from Classroom to Client

July – Paul Traynor, Light Bureau – Lighting for mental health

Sept – Ray Molony, Revo Media – Getting into the lighting press

Oct – James Newton, James Newton Photographs – The Why, Where & When of Photographing Lighting

Nov – Tim Downey, StudioFRACTAL – Mind the Gap – Why we see with our hearts and minds more than our eyes

March – John B Read, consultant lighting designer – Lighting for dance

April – Colin Ball, BDP – Lighting design interviews

May – Lee Sweetman, Speirs + Major – Sketching & communication

July – Paul Nulty, Paul Nulty Lighting Design – Portfolios

Sept – David Atkinson, David Atkinson Lighting Design – Diversity in light

Oct – Joe Vose, Light Bureau – Photometrics, lightmeters and lux levels – the language of light

Nov – Iain Ruxton, Speirs + Major – How to be brilliant at everything

A really nice crowd and there were some really interesting questions in the chats afterwards.

Getting creatives together and talking, learning together

I very much enjoyed the presentation!

Superb talk and I was absolutely mesmerised.

I have met some great people, learnt heaps and managed to get a job through someone I met. Love the talks!

I know a huge amount of effort, time and energy (blood, sweat and tears) goes into these events and they are world class.

I can’t think of any other lighting event that is as warm and friendly.

Colin Ball

at BDP

Happy Times. Beautiful Brains. (Sharing Rules)’ also ‘Fantastic forum for learning! FUNTASTIC

Charlie Wadsworth

at Light Projects

It has the power to transform lives. Keep on doing the amazing job you’re doing!

We had a great evening and really like the new venue, it’s lovely and convenient

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