ILP | How to be Brilliant with Michael Grubb

Written by acdc on December 2, 2014>

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Michael Grubb, Creative Director of Michael Grubb Studio and the 2012 Lighting Designer of the Year will be speaking in the studio on the 24th March.

Over the last 15 years Michael’s projects have been featured on BBC TV and Channel 4 as well as in the national and specialist press. He has won accolades including the National Lighting Design Award, Lux Award, RIBA White Rose, Landscape Institute Award and Design Week Award.

Michael entered lighting design in 1998 and subsequently became a director of Sutton Vane Associates, helping them win numerous projects and awards all over the world.
In 2011 the Olympic Delivery Authority appointed Michael as its Learning Legacy Ambassador for Lighting. The programme showcased the lessons learned from London 2012.

In 2013 Michael co-founded the RE:LIT project, a charity initiative that works with manufacturers to take superseded, damaged and ex-demo lighting equipment from their shelves and make use of them in community projects.

Michael is a member of the International Association of Lighting Designers, Society of Light & Lighting, Chartered Society of Lighting and a guest lecturer at the Arts University College of Bournemouth.

Project History – Michael Grubb Studio
South Park Plaza, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, UK
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland
Lost Light, Arts by the Sea Festival, UK
Disobedient Objects, V&A, London
INsideOUT, Newcastle, UK
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Newcastle, UK
Moscow Parks, Russia
Finzels Reach Lighting Masterplan, Bristol, UK
The Re:LIT Project for Shelly Theatre, Boscombe, UK
90 Mainyard Innovation Centre, London, UK
Project History – Previous Employment
London 2012 Olympic Park, Lighting Strategy & LPR, UK
Titanic Signature Project, Belfast, Northern Ireland
First Emperor, Terracotta Warriors at the British Museum, UK
Hurghada Sound & Light Experience, Egypt
Bath Abbey, UK
Llandaff Cathedral, Wales
Wexford Opera House, Ireland

Please click here to find out who else will be speaking throughout the year.

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For further details, please contact:

Jo Wilkins
Email: jo@theilp.org.uk
Telephone: 01788 576492
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