The winners will be announced at the ASFD Awards Dinner in October.
Quoizel’s, Director of Online Retail Sales, Michael Van Derlofske was featured in an Enlightenment Magazine article on the American Lighting Association‘s Young Executives under 40 Group. Michael, who started with Quoizel in 2001, is quoted as saying:
“As the Director of Online Retail Sales for Quoizel Lighting, I appreciate platform the ‘YE’ provides. It offers an opportunity to casually meet with younger, talented counterparts. Today’s consumers shop with no boundaries, forcing our industry to meet new consumer expectations. Most solutions will generate from the younger generation with the guidance and experience of our lighting veterans.”
― Michael Van Derlofske
Marie-Catherine, an intern in the design department, is making a name for herself here at Quoizel!
Currently, studying Industrial Design at Purdue University in Indiana, Marie-Catherine’s passion is design! Since returning in May, where she interned last summer under Peter Cox, Director of Product Development, Marie-Catherine has jumped in feet first helping the design team. Her designs were so good, that it was sampled for next year’s market. We are hopeful that her designs, Ariella Collection, will be available for viewing at January’s market in Dallas.
Creative and innovative lighting is highlighted at the London 2012 Olympics. One sports reporter, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star, in awe, looked up from his computer to see the stunningly lit stadium and Tweeted the beautiful image above.
The stadium is not the only Olympics-related structure with innovative lighting. London Bridge is lit by a high-tech GE system “designed to enhance its architectural features and replace static lights with bulbs that can vary in intensity and colour”, GE states. The lighting system was engineered to be relatively energy-efficient. The LED floodlights employed will be reused after the games.