For the last 30 years I have held executive posts in the Architectural Lighting Industry, including
founding a successful, innovative company, a.light Architectural Lighting.
5 years ago I began reading about light’s effect on health and well-being, including attending
the Light and Health Institute at the Lighting Research Center at RPI. I was convinced that the
research that was emerging and the advent of solid-state would usher in a new era in lighting.
Since then IoT and Light for Health have become “The Topics” of discourse in our industry.
There is much confusion around the Light and Health issue and recently an initiative has been
launched to help clear up “the fog”.
I recently joined the Light Vitality Group founded by the Lighting Designer Regina Lausell.
Regina’s brilliance, knowledge base, and energy are fueling a gathering of professionals from
different disciplines to work together to inform consumers, lighting designers, architects,
lighting manufacturers, facilities people and health professionals about the benefits of
attending to circadian health and light’s important contribution to our well-being.
Please join me in supporting Regina’s work and the work of the Light Vitality Group by
participating in this noteworthy endeavor.
As a restaurant that prides itself on healthy eating, we are always looking for ways to become more educated and more involved with all aspects of leading a healthy lifestyle. Light Vitality Group offers a unique scope on the way we understand light and how it relates to our overall health. We simply haven’t met anyone else with such organized and understandable information on this concept.
When we met Regina, the founder of LVG, we simply couldn’t resist being involved with such innovative ideas concerning health. Not to mention, Regina is profoundly passionate about LVG and providing the community at large with the necessary information to improve the aspects of their health that are affected by light. It just made sense to get in on the ground floor with Regina and LVG!