Tuesday, February 26, 2013
North Program: Luminaires and Optics IES Seminar - the 2nd in our Authors Series!
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Join the IESNYC North Programs Committee for the 2nd
installment in our “IES Authors” Series in which we present newly - released
IES Seminars on various topics by the authors who developed and wrote them for
the Society. Last month, we featured
Dan Rogers’ presentation of the Lighting Calculation Terms & Methods IES
This month we feature the Luminaires & Optics
IES Seminar, written and presented by Charles Cameron, noted lighting designer
and current IESNYC Section President.
& Optics is the 2012 IES Intermediate Educational Seminar
that builds (or refreshes) an understanding of the optical properties of light
and how these properties affect the design and application of luminaires.
seminar provides an excellent refresher course for all lighting professionals,
whether you’ve been working in the industry for two or twenty years!
· We’ll discuss
the various properties of light (i.e. reflection, refraction, dispersion,
absorption, etc.) which affect design and how these properties are utilized in
study the methods by which luminaires control light
lamp source types and technologies
luminaire mounting options and applications
author’s presentation of this IES Seminar will expand on the base seminar and
also discuss the ways in which LED luminaires and LED replacement lamps can
have subtly different optical characteristics that can make a difference in the
success of the lighting installation.
Cameron, Studio C Squared
Charles Cameron specializes in creating beautiful
and inventive environments with light. The newest phase of this
two-decades-long journey is Studio C Squared.
His lighting designs are bold and imaginative, enhancing the lives of
the people who inhabit the spaces he lights.
Mr. Cameron earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree
from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He then spent nearly a decade as an
integral collaborator at two internationally renowned architectural lighting
design firms before developing his own lighting design practices serving as
principal. His work has received
numerous awards, is published widely and has been exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt
National Design Museum. His lighting designs enhance the environments of
landmarks, museums, restaurants, galleries, residences, and infrastructure and
public spaces from Seattle to Miami to Glasgow, Scotland.
Mr. Cameron also serves as the Lighting Area
Coordinator at the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) where he leads
the Master of Professional Studies in Interior Lighting Design program and by
educating those within the legislative process.
He is the current President of the New York City Section of the
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and a Director of the Green
Light NY Lighting Resource Center.
February 26, 2013
Fee includes buffet dinner, soft drinks, a binder
containing PowerPoint Slides and seminar text as well as practice examples.
CES: 1.5 LU | 1.5 HSW
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