Section Meeting ~ Decorative Lighting Expo ~ April 16th

Feb 5, 2013 by

Join us at the Infinite Monkey Theorem Winery for the first ever Decorative Lighting Expo – We will have vendors from all around the Denver area showcasing decorative lighting that comes from around the world. Wither you want an Italian fixture, something from Scandinavia, or an American made decorative pendant, you will see it all here.

Appetizers will be available and complimentary. Wine will be available at a small charge from the bar.

After you’ve toured through the entire Expo, you can enjoy a short presentation on how decorative lighting has incorporated new sources, and hear from a custom lighting manufacture in Denver.

 Tickets will be sold at the door for $35 and can be purchased in advance for $25.

Register now and save $10

Presenter Bios

Sohana Arni LC

Sohana is a sales and project/product manager at Ad Light and Signs, specializing in decorative custom lighting, architectural elements, and signage. Prior to her position at Ad Light, she worked for several years as a sales representative for Illumination Systems, where she worked with architects, interior designers, and engineering specifiers. She began her career at MKK Consulting Engineers working on lighting projects and doing electrical power design for many years. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and received B.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering and Architectural Engineering, with an emphasis in lighting, under Professor Dave DiLaura. She also interned at Lighting Design Alliance while in the lighting program at CU Boulder.

Marc Herndon IIDA, LEED Green Associate

Marc is a Senior Associate with RNL in Denver, Colorado.  He has over twelve years of experience in the commercial interior design industry, and has worked with a large number of local and nationally recognized clients including the University of Colorado, The World Bank Group, Army Corps of Engineers, and Prudential Financial, as well as a number of law firms including Dorsey & Whitney, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, and Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell.  Prior to moving to Denver in 2005, he was an interior designer with OPX in Washington, D.C. Marc is a tremendous advocate for the interior design community both in and out of the office.  He has served the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) in many positions, including President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter.  Marc currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the IIDA Foundation, as well as the Editorial Advisory Board for Contract magazine.

Michelle Richter  NCIDQ Certificate No. 27095, LEED AP ID+C

Michelle is an Associate with RNL in Denver, Colorado. She has 6 years of experience within corporate interiors as well as hospitality and public client work. Four years of her career has been developing the Workplace of the Future alongside researchers and professionals of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO. More recent work has included Merrick & Co. Headquarters, a Fortune 500 Company Global Headquarters and work with law firms including Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell and Dufford & Brown. Michelle is fancied by the details, organizational thinking and thoughtful execution. She is continually driven by the language of design and the language of business; seeking a balance of ideas between creating experiences and presenting value reflective of the culture and individuals within that space.

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