Chrysanthi Stockwell, LC, IALD, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Lighting Designer at HGA, has been named to the 40under40 INTERNATIONAL Lighting Class of 2018. She was among 18 women and 22 men from 12 countries named to the class, representing the most talented and promising young lighting designers working internationally today.
“The achievements of these outstanding young people—be they creative, academic or philanthropic—are phenomenal and the selection panel were incredibly impressed,” said Ray Molony, Chairman of the 40under40 international selection panel. “This year’s cohorts are truly outstanding and it is set to make a huge contribution. This industry is in safe hands for the future.”
Stockwell has more than 10 years of lighting design experience at HGA, where she works on government, healthcare, arts, education, and corporate projects. She has won six Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Illumination Awards of Merit and advises on the IES Lighting for the Aged and Partially Sighted Committee. She previously made the 40under40 North America Class of 2018.
“My path toward lighting came when I realized I could bring both the creative and technical sides together,” Stockwell said.
40under40 was founded in 2016 to recognize emerging lighting design talent, as part of the annual Lighting Design Awards program.
The 2018 international jurors included Suzanne Tillotson, Founder of Tillotson Design Associates and current Lighting Designer of the Year; Kai Piippo, Head of Design at ÅF Lighting; Jill Entwistle, Editor, Lighting magazine; Jason Vaughan, Head of Lighting Solutions UK at Osram; and Ray Molony, Publisher, Lighting Magazine.
The international 40under40 was presented at the Lighting Design Awards 2018 ceremony May 3, 2018, in London.
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