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Who Does What?

December 02, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Virtual Event

Join us for a live webinar discussion on the roles and responsibilities of lighting on a project team. We will review who are the “Players In The Game” in design and construction, look at who defines or provides lighting design services, ask what are typical or non-typical lighting design services, and touch on what to do when there are conflicts on “Who Does What.”

Learning Objectives
• Who are the Players
• Who defines the Players
• What is the role of Players

Registration to attend required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing unique information about joining the meeting or webinar.


Robert Prouse, FIES
Bob was a lighting designer in NYC for 41 years, primarily with Brandston Partnership Inc. before retiring in 2018. He also taught in the MFA program in Lighting Design at Parsons for 27 years, as well as in graduate programs at Pratt and Columbia. Prior to all that he worked in theatrical lighting in Michigan for several years. His projects include the Master Lighting Plan for Battery Park City; the original restoration of the New York Palace Hotel; the exterior lighting of the Central Park West facade of the American Museum of Natural History, as well as the main Rotunda and lower level Roosevelt Hall; Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore; and the MGM “Spectacle” retail space in Macau.

Pamela Beck Danner, Esq.
Danner & Associates
Ms. Danner is a principal of her law firm, Danner & Associates, in McLean, Virginia, which is celebrating its 28th anniversary this year. Her practice is concentrated in full service business and nonprofit association representation, and estate planning. Prior to establishing her own law firm, she was a partner with Ross & Hardies at its offices in Washington, D.C.
Ms. Danner has served as the IALD legal counsel for over 30 years. She also provides legal services to several lighting design firms, which includes assisting them with their review and negotiations of their lighting design contracts.
Ms. Danner earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She is an active member of many business, professional, and community associations, including the ASAE, Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, the past President of both the Rotary Club of McLean and the McLean Community Foundation.

Lynn Fritzlen, AIA, LEED AP
Owner and principal of Lynn Fritzlen Architect
Lynn Fritzlen is a licensed architect and active member of the American Institute of Architects in New York City.
She served as the Co-Chair of the Professional Practice Committee from 2011 to 2016. She has been a member of AIA since 1984.

Lynn spent the first 30 years of her career, as principal of Fritzlen Pierce Architects, a Colorado firm specializing in high end hospitality and residential. In 2010 she moved to New York City to be closer to family.
In 2016 she started a new firm, Lynn Fritzlen Architect. Her current project types include higher education, hospitality and a community theatre.

Roy Kim
Principal, New York office of Eight Inc. and the Owner/Founder of Roy Kim Design
Roy is the Principal of the New York office of Eight Inc., an experience design company and is also the owner/founder of his eponymous design firm. Prior to, he was the Chief Creative Officer for Douglas Elliman New Development, where he was responsible for the design, development, and marketing of multi-family dwellings. He began his career at Corcoran Sunshine followed by an eight-year tenure as SVP at Extell Development, where he shifted the focus of the firm toward world-class architecture and design, collaborating with the best designers in the world. Roy has worked on over $40 billion worth of luxury new development, including - 432 Park 87 Park, 432 Park, One57, the Park Hyatt New York, the Carlton House, 1010 Park Avenue, 70 Charlton, Central Park Tower, the Gem Tower, 152 Elizabeth Street, and 100 East 53 Street, to name a few just in New York City. He has taught in the M. S. Real Estate Development program at Columis GASPP and holds an M.Arch and BSc. from the University of British Columbia. His work has been featured in Interior Design Magazine and the New York Times, as well as in the documentary 'Super Skyscrapers: the Billionaires' Building.'

Nelson Jenkins, AIA, LC, IESNA, LEED® AP
Lumen Architecture, PLLC
Nelson is an award-winning lighting designer whose consultancy practice, involvement in professional community, and teaching passions inspire creative work in the ever-evolving field of lighting design. Founding Lumen Architecture, he works on a variety projects the diversity of which enabled him to hone his expertise in the poetic use of light.

Kyle C. MacKenzie, P.E. LEED AP BD+C
Electrical Engineering Department Director/ Principal, Polise Consulting Engineers D.P.C.
With over 15 years of design and construction experience, Kyle is an electrical engineer who is well versed in designing and managing complex and large-scale building projects. Dedicated to the NYC engineering design community, Kyle is a member of several engineering committees and societies both appointed and voluntary, including a group that is drafting the next New York City electrical code. Kyle holds a Masters of Science degree in Energy Management and is licensed in the states of New York, New Jersey, and Colorado. In addition to Kyle’s design experience prior to entering the design community Kyle spent 4 years working for a mechanical contractor and an electrical contractor installing the systems he now specifies.