Women in Lighting

The Nominees

Tell us who rose above the challenges of 2020 and did something unique. If you are nominated, you have made a difference in someone’s life and we celebrate you :-)

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Amanda Speight

Management / UK
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Amanda boasts almost 40 years of experience in senior roles in the lighting sector and is highly regarded in the industry

Nominated by
Ellie MacDonald

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Chiara Carucci

Designer / Sweden+Italy
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Chiara has always been supportive, ready to encourage and celebrate my first steps in the lighting design world. She's a giver, a real mentor!

Nominated by
Giorgia Brusemini, Simona Cosentino, Carolina Levy & Elena Volpi

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Luna Lighting - Dañiel Luna-Fuller

Designer, Engineer, Management / United States
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I am nominating Dañiel Luna-Fuller because she is such a strong woman in the industry. She went from being in military to owning her own lighting design company. And has accomplished so much in her business since it opened.

Nominated by
Eryn Bradburn

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Helena Gentili

Designer / Brasil
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I've decided to nominee Helena for 2 main reason. First of all for her resilience against professional and life adversity. And secondly, for her abilities as a professional and WIL supporter as well. Both skills that I've always admired.

Nominated by
Giacomo Rossi

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David Gilbey

Designer, Educator, Researcher / Italy
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David is the essence of real humanity. He always inspires and supports both men and women in the lighting world to truly believe in themselves. He continues to make a positive difference to so many people’s lives.

Nominated by
Karen Owens

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RED T.E.M.I.D

Artist / Argentina
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La red nació poco antes de la pandemia, pero los encuentros virtuales permitieron que creciera y se fortaleciera. Nace de la necesidad de visibilizar nuestra tarea artística en las diferentes áreas técnicas.

Nominated by
Mariela Ceballos

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The feminine language of light

Designer, Architect, Artist / Spain
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Simon thought it was a good time to offering video testimonial from professional women of lighting design, architecture and art from around the world in order to promote lighting culture through a digital campaign.

Nominated by
Esther Torelló

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Mary Rushton Beales

Designer / United Kingdom
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Mary has shown her support to the lighting industry by being a formal educator in colleges and universities and by being an outstanding mentor to women.

Nominated by
Emma Cogswell

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Suma Khandige

Designer / India
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I would like to nominate her for the phenomenal contribution as well as achievement in lighting design profession handling everything all by herself and as an active participant in various industry forums.

Nominated by
Surbhi Jindal

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Kelly Roberts

Designer, Non-profit / USA
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Kelly has fostered Women in Lighting & Design (WILD) to grow exponentially, amplifying women's voices in the lighting industry.

Nominated by
Alana Shepherd

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Giacomo Rossi

Designer / Italy
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Giacomo is always there, ready to help and support on anything concerning lighting. A truly passionate believer. Of WIL as well!

Nominated by
Sarah Elise Sartore, Simona Cosentino & Serena Bisceglia

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Zubair Ahmed

Architect / India
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Lighting enthusiast who is ever so energetically supportive of the WIL Initiative.

Nominated by
Amardeep M. Dugar & Rayane Belkadi

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As A Ceremony

Designer, Artist, Event Organiser / Germany
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With their workshop "FREE LIGHTING SALON" As A Ceremony contribute to make lighting accessible to everyone.

Nominated by
Johannes Stahl

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Ragne Aaviste

Management / United Kingdom
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A go-getter, Ragne’s ambition exudes from every bone of her body and continues to drive sales for DH Liberty Lux.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Neil Knowles

Designer / UK
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For standing up for real, positive change, within the lighting industry and for speaking up - live and direct.

Nominated by
SRH

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Sulene Nascimento

Architect / Brasil
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Sulene é uma grande profissional, ama o que faz, projetar, criar e explicar para o clientes e colegas de trabalho.

Nominated by
Vitória Neres Magalhães

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Maedeh

Designer, Architect / Iran
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Supportive not only for the people but also for the city.

Nominated by
Zoom light group Team

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Nubi Leon Martínez

Designer, Architect, Researcher / Spain
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Due of her organization and her initiative under work task, and her long career as a lighting designer

Nominated by
Francisco Perez Andrade, Marco Eugenio Teran Figueira, Tamara Hamideh, Herlys Pereira, Jesus Yepez & Macarena Risso

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Alana Shepherd

Designer, Non-profit / USA
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Alana started the North American Coalition of Lighting Industry Queers. NACLIQ is a beacon for anyone who needs a friend or advocate in lighting.

Nominated by
Lisa J. Reed

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Alexandra Manson

Designer, Event Organiser / Sweden
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During the cultural famine of the pandemic Alex and her team made a difference by starting nobelweeklights, a light festival in Stockholm

Nominated by
Birgitta Persson

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Laura Duran

Designer, Educator, Researcher / Germany
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Linking health, sustainability and wholeness, Laura is helping to build new paradigms for the lighting industry.

Nominated by
Ana Simar, Pedro García Calvo & Andrea Ortiz

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Equity in Lighting

Non-profit / USA
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Almost one year old, the active goal of Equity in Lighting is to increase the diversity within the lighting community of NYC so it may better reflect the diversity of the USA through the tools of outreach, educational events, and industry policy.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Nathalie Rozot

Non-profit / USA
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Nathalie created Light Reach. It's a solar light initiative currently supporting the Light for Lebanon Program after the explosion in 2020.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Edward Bartholomew

Designer / USA
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He has been steadfast and generous in his fight for diversity inclusion and equity in the lighting design industry.

Nominated by
Glenn Shrum

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Juliet Rennie

Blogger, Event Organiser, Publisher, Management, Non-profit / United Kingdom
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Juliet Rennie goes above and beyond to create a more informed and balanced lighting society

Nominated by
Brendan Keely

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Florence Lam

Designer / United Kingdom
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Not only is she a highly skilled designer, Florence has contributed much to our lighting community for many years and is such a great role model for designers such as myself.

Nominated by
Anne Truong

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Marsha Turner

Non-profit / USA
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For the outstanding 18 years of work on behalf of the strenght of the lighting design profession as CEO of the IALD

Nominated by
Monica Luz Lobo

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Emma Cogswell

Educator, Outreach / United Kingdom
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Emma's incredible initiative to create Skills Army - a tool for young designers to navigate their way around the lighting industry.

Nominated by
Lauren Lee Page

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Maedeh Pourfathollah& Zahra Ghasemi

Designer, Architect, Researcher, Management / Iran
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Bright in the pandemic! Following 4 years of lighting activities, they established a company in 2020. They played an effective role in acquainting Iranians with significance and promotion of lighting design by giving free lighting consultancy services.

Nominated by
Toktam Naimi

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Ula Saniawa

Designer, Architect, Artist, Product / United Kingdom
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Ula is a young, up and coming designer who started off with exploring clay in it's tactility, honesty and vulnerability and has managed to combine that with stunning lighting installations as she explores the union of the two further.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Lisa Hinderdael

Designer, Architect, Artist, Product, Management / United Kingdom
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Trained in architecture and urban design, Lisa is the mastermind behind the creative vision of HagenHinderdael’s lighting range. She has exceptional eye for detail and delivery and is the wizard turning all HagenHinderdael’s ideas into stunning reality.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Soukaïna brarou

Artist / Belgium
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Amazing Lighting designer, besides being a verry talented artist.

Nominated by
Brecht Nollet

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Eugenia Cheng

Designer / Hong Kong
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Eugenia Cheng, founder of LightOrigin Studio in Hong Kong, is an up and coming lighting design powerhouse.

Nominated by
John Chow

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Emilio Hernandez & Anna Clara Sandgren

Designer, Non-profit / Sweden
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Anna & Emilio have been key driving forces behind the Green Light Alliance Initiative. Their passion, dedication, and consistency have been key, and also greatly appreciated by their fellow alliance members.

Nominated by
The GLA Team

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Nitika Agrawal

Designer, Architect / Germany
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In 2020, Nitika bravely set up her own lighting consultancy in Germany and received a grant from German government for her start up.

Nominated by
Cehao Yu

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Henrika Pihlajaniemi

Designer, Architect, Educator, Researcher / Finland
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Henrika Pihlajaniemi is an Architect (M.Sc.) and D.Sc. (Tech), researcher, lighting designer and an initiator of a long needed education of architectural lighting design in Finland (2020-). Her influence on the lighting culture in Finland is significant!

Nominated by
Annukka Larsen

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Splash of Light, Virginie Avrillon Dunne

Designer / UK
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Virginie produces fantastic lighting scheme with a great attention to detail

Nominated by
helene dabrowski

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Tina Aghassian

Designer / USA
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As Fundraising Ambassador, Tina raised over US$50,000 for the Light for Lebanon program in 2020.

Nominated by
Miina Matsuoka

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Linda Salamoun

Designer / Netherlands
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Linda leads a committee of volunteers in planning how to spread the word about the importance of good lighting. She is dedicated and committed to supporting others and finding new ways to bring people in to the lighting community.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Mariela Ceballos

Designer / Argentina
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Me enseña cada día lo valioso de su trabajo con la luz. Excelente profesional, dedicada y generosa. Comparte sus conocimientos.

Nominated by
Mónica González

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Chia Huei, Lu

Designer, Blogger, Educator / Taiwan
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Chia's passion for lighting design has inspired her to create a workshop that not only educate people on the values of lighting, and also brought together people from various walks of life.

Nominated by
Jenny Chien

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Light Tribe

Non-profit / UK
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The incredible duo, who started “The Light Tribe” to educate, inspire and bring the lighting community together.

Nominated by
Momena Saleem

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Krishna Mistry

Designer / United Kingdom
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Always remaining positive whilst bravely and successfully setting up her own company in the last year.

Nominated by
Linda Salamoun

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Camila Fernández

Designer, Architect, Artist, Product, Researcher / Uruguay
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Camila is one of the most powerful and innovative designers. She grew into the creative world and developed several products (objects, furniture, grafik content, etc.). The past year pushed her into the lighting world, developing and realizing amazing ligh

Nominated by
Elena Diena

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Elena Diena

Designer / Uruguay
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Elena is a light promoter, she inspires and expands the light language. I have seen her transform people's percepcion with her work and with herself.

Nominated by
Camila Fernñandez

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Karen Owens

Architect, Product / United Kingdom
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Karen started The Corner Crew a WhatsApp group for the lighting community which has kept us all sane during the lock-downs. She is a great supporter of WIL.

Nominated by
David Gilbey

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Gabriela Prochazka

Artist / Czechia
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New media light artist with a focus on environmental and land art.

Nominated by
jakub pesek

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Liz Peck

Designer, Educator / United Kingdom
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Liz was a very passionate and talented designer who strived to inspire people daily. She dedicated her life and career to lighting and deserves to be recognised for all she did.

Nominated by
Rhiannon West & Kelli Zezulka

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Manal Kahale

Designer / Lebanon
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Initiated the “Light for Lebanon” program to support Lebanese communities with light after the 2020 explosion in Beirut.

Nominated by
Nathalie Rozot

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Heid de Lucchi

Product, Management / United Kingdom
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During a year that turned the world upside down, she inspired and drove the company forward, while hosting coffee chats virtually for anyone that need to talk.

Nominated by
anonymous

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Bob Bohannon

Designer, Educator, Non-profit / United Kingdom
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On top of being President of the SLL, writing guidance & delivering lighting training, Bob has continued to educate himself on the importance of inclusivity and diversity, transposing this knowledge into action and shaping the direction of the SLL.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Sonia Pepperell

Designer, Event Organiser, Product / United Kingdom
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Sonia gives so much back to the lighting industry, in terms of organising events and webinars, delivering presentations or getting involved in competitions and STEM initiatives. She supports people in learning and having fun whilst doing it.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Sophie Parry

Educator, Engineer, Product / United Kingdom
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Sophie was awarded the SLL Lighting Award 2020, recognising outstanding service to the Society and the lighting industry. Sophie has led the production of numerous lighting guides, working tirelessly to share lighting education and best practice guidance.

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Anonymous

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Bonnie Brooks

Designer, Educator, Engineer / United Kingdom
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Bonnie organises regular webinars and events for Lighting Professionals in the South West of England. She has contributed to lighting guidance and professional bodies, along with running her own company. Her practical approach keeps us focused.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Tuğçe Turhan

Architect, Researcher / Turkey
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Tuğçe is lighting designer who has thesis on "visual hierarchy and human perception"in lighting. When she finds something about "light", she goes after anywhere the world is. Nowadays, she's preparing for phd, her goal is to develop lighting in academic.

Nominated by
D.Oktay

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Dilara Duygu DEDE

Architect / Turkey
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DD was an architect with a passion for architecture until she met light 😊 since she started working in the field of lighting, she is doing advertisements and global image designs to support her company.

Nominated by
Tuğçe TURHAN

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Margaret O Rorke

Designer, Artist / UK
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Margaret O Rorke is a ceramic artist designing high class lighting in porcelain using led in a genius way.

Nominated by
Karin Widnäs

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Natalia Markevich

Educator / Russian Federation
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Natalia is a lighting designer with a huge professional background. After 7 years of successful work at Arup Natalia came back to Moscow to establish the lighting design course at Moscow Architecture School initiating a new age of lighting design in Russia

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Jésica Elizondo

Designer, Artist, Researcher / MEXICO
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Thinking about Jésica and her job is to think about light. In 2020 published “iluminando espacios”, with more than 50 artists talking about light and obtained an honorable mention by the LIT Lighting Design Awards.

Nominated by
Alfonso Lemus

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Midory Esquer

Designer / United States
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Midory has reached new career heights while keeping her work life balance and enthusiasm. Her passion fills a room.

Nominated by
Rachael Stoner

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Katerina Konsta

Designer / Greece
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Katerina actively contributes back to the lighting industry, volunteering for a professional body, organising countless events. She is generous with her time & advice, mentoring lighting professionals who want to apply for professional recognition.

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Anonymous

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Jess Gallacher

Educator, Event Organiser / UK
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Jess has been the positive voice and constant throughout the pandemic, always on the end of the phone, email or linkedin to support anyone who needs it. Setting up and running hightlight sessions amongst several other successful events

Nominated by
Rebecca Hatch

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Senay Celebi Sen

Designer / Turkey
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Follow your passion even in pandemic! As an experienced architectural lighting designer, Senay had an amazing achievement in 2020 via following her passion about theatre/stage lighting and be a lead lighting designer for a zoom theatre, White Wings.

Nominated by
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Dr Shelley James

Designer, Artist, Educator, Researcher / UK
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Dr Shelley James' research on light for education and the health of children is outstanding and her development of the character Luna to communicate better lighting habits is inspired.

Nominated by
David Gilbey

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Valery Gorelova

Designer / Russia
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A girl who is in love with light and inspires others, Architectural lighting designer, Co-founder of the [WAVELENGTH] magazine, Lecturer

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Olga Tuzova

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Alvaro Valdecantos

Artist, Photographer / Spain
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Alvaro is a great professional. With his photographic work, He manages to communicate all the small details about the lighting design. The comprehension that he has about design and our way to work can be seen in his shoots.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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LUZ SIN FRONTERAS

Non-profit / MEXICO
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This is a great iniciative with the purpose of channeling social well-being experiences through light created by very talented women.

Nominated by
PATRICIA BERNAL LOPEZ

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Bettina Pelz

Event Organiser / Germany / Tunesia
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Bettina Pelz has been curating light-based exhibitions for over 20 years throughout Europe and also particularly in Tunisia. She is a pioneer of light art worldwide.

Nominated by
Dr. Helena Horn

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Kael Gillam

Designer / United Kingdom
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Kael's work with Designer's Mind continues the important task of helping to spread awareness about mental health and implement wellbeing policies in workplaces.

Nominated by
Sophie O'Rourke

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Berry van Egten

Designer, Artist, Educator / the Netherlands (NL)
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Sharing knowledge is Berry's passion! He loves the lighting design profession and wants nothing more than to get others enthusiastic about the profession too.

Nominated by
Ellen Goulmy

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Sophya Acosta Lighting Design Studio

Designer, Artist, Researcher / Argentina
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During the pandemic, the four designers of this studio showed an incredible amount of flexibility and creativity to reinvent themselves while continuing to create with light.

Nominated by
Emily A.

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Eileen Pierce

Designer / United States of America
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Eileen is not only a super talented lighting design but is also an incredibly supportive mentor. Over the past few years she has hired and encouraged some brilliant women. She deserves recognition for her work and constant support for women in design.

Nominated by
Saumya Monga

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Bianca Gortárez

Educator / Mexico
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Bianca is always positive, believes in Women in Lighting and spreads the word through education and her own means.

Nominated by
Magali Méndez

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Liliana Gonzalez

Architect / Mexico
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Lili has been an enthusiastic supporter of WIL MEXICO since the beginning , she always has a proactive and good attitude.

Nominated by
Magali Méndez

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CoCo Ree Lemery

Designer / United States
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CoCo took the initiative to launch a recycled lighting collection with Studio Kloak that put local artists to work while cleaning up the streets during the pandemic, all while working with students and as the senior lighting designer for Pottery Barn.

Nominated by
Kemlin Lee

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Lauren Lever

Designer / UK
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Lauren has supported me for over 12 years, across 3 different roles, by speaking at my events or by bringing along her teams and colleagues in a unique show of consistent solidarity. She will not let you fail. She is an ethical, kind and loyal supporter.

Nominated by
April Dorrian

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Gemma Snelling

Outreach / UK
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Gemma left a stable, full time role to set out on her own in the middle of a pandemic!

Nominated by
Brian Glynn

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Dr. Armaghan Ahmadi Venhari

Designer, Educator, Researcher / Iran
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She is the founder of Light-Life-academy, an online academy about lighting with online courses and free educational posts on Instagram. Dr. Ahmadi is an influential person to enhance public awareness about lighting and increase professional`s knowledge.

Nominated by
Elham Hedayati

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Alison Ritter

Educator, Event Organiser, Journalist, Publisher / Germany
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Alison Ritter has made an enormous impact on developing the lighting design profession through her work.

Nominated by
Annukka Larsen

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Eve Gaut

Event Organiser / UK
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Showing clear PR strategic direction within the Lighting Industry, during a pandemic

Nominated by
Emma Cogswell

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Kristina Allison

Designer / United Kingdom
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Kristina has shown incredible passion for lighting and ecology over 2020. She has been talking about the circular economy before it was fashionable to do so. In 2020 she has been using her influence to make our world a better place.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Ruth Kelly-Waskett

Designer / United Kingdom
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Ruth will be the president of the Society of Light & Lighting from May 2021. And she is Great.

Nominated by
Jonathan Rush

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Dr Amardeep Dugar

Designer / India
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Formed IALD India. A great supporter of WIL and young lighters everywhere. A great researcher, collaborator and teacher to all.

Nominated by
David Gilbey

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James Poore

Designer / United Kingdom
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James has supported WIL from the beginning and introduced me to the wonderful initiative. He promotes it at every oppertunity on social media, in his work and that of the practice and within his positions within the SLL, CIBSE, ILP and the RSA

Nominated by
Hannah Poore

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Marisa Teo

Product / Singapore
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Former banker turned manufactucturer, Marisa is the CEO and Creator of Maerich - a lighting brand of Singapore. Maerich's G-Spot shorted for Lighting Design Awards 2020 and Darc Awards 2020. Winner of LIT Awards 2020.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Angela Woo Scott

Designer / Singapore
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Angela is the design director of Light Collab. She leads the team on numerous challenging projects, A mother of 2 young children, keeping level-headed, having the interest of the team at heart, and also invited speakers for numerous talks.

Nominated by
Yah Li Toh

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Monica Luz Lobo

Designer / Brazil
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Monica has spent 34 years designing and promoting lighting. She is a light activist and the incoming president of the IALD.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Melissa Mak

Designer / UK
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Melissa started a photo sharing initiative on LinkedIn called 'Let There Be Light' which bought people together in Lockdown.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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Sarah Cullen

Journalist / UK
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As acting editor of darc magazine, Sarah has championed the WIL project with regular WIL articles in each issue.

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Anonymous

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Matt Waring

Journalist / UK
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As editor of arc magazine, Matt has supported the WIL project and therefore WIL from the very start.

Nominated by
Anonymous

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