Jefferey Knox IES
Senior Lighting Designer
Jefferey’s curiosity about light
and the human experience serves him well as a lighting designer experienced in
both the art and science of light. His work experience in project management
and design in New York, Los Angeles, Denver and Dallas has exposed him to
a diversity of project types, including restaurants, luxury cruise ships,
medical facilities, offices, roadways, daylighting and energy analysis studies.
His project base is international, with well over 200 projects constructed in
the United States, Europe, the Caribbean and the South Pacific. Jefferey enjoys
the uniqueness of each project and strives to create lighting solutions that
enhance the architecture while providing high functionality, low maintenance,
and overall efficiency in the design.
In addition to his design work, Jefferey is an AIA/CES presenter for Schuler Shook. He has judged a series of applications for Architectural SSL Magazine’s Product Innovation Awards program and has been a judge for the Illuminating Engineering Society’s Illumination Awards program. He has taught ‘Basic Lighting Design’ at the New York University School of Continuing Education and served as adjunct faculty at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. His ongoing research into the spectral characteristics of light includes both human visual system research and photo-biological interests.