The Kitchen of the Future

Check out this short video of our two-day process to re-light a fifteen-year old project with updated technology and science. What has changed in the last fifteen years?  Everything. Just remember, I'm a lighting designer, not a movie star (this will be obvious).

LIGHT from the Beginning

I think light is pretty important, but it seems I don't know the half of it. I am currently reading LIGHT: A Radiant History from Creation to the Quantum Age by Bruce Watson.  The book is of the micro-history genre, an in-depth look at an intensely focused topic.  This time, the topic happens to illuminate... Continue Reading →

Another Houzz Listicle

24 months ago I did not know the meaning of "listicle," but now I write them.  A list + article becomes a listicle, or short story with distinct bullet points.  I added the requisite beautiful photos and reshaped this post to become the latest Houzz story.  Enjoy!

Oops, I did it again.

Fifteen years ago I did a budget-friendly lighting design for my mother's total kitchen remodel as shown in the photograph above.  I delivered 50 foot-candles to the horizontal task plane, as I'd been taught to do.  I had multiple downlights over the sink and placed the downlights directly over the counter.  I didn't like the... Continue Reading →

Lighting Lies

I was thumbing through the latest issue of This Old House last night and stopped cold at a beautiful advertisement for a lighting company.  "Good Lighting is Everything," it said.  That may be a stretch, but I'll take it.  And then I got just a bit angry (with apologies to my wife for the outburst)... Continue Reading →

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