January 20, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Our eyes can play tricks on us when it comes to color and how the eyes adapts. Lighting designs are affected, positively and negatively by this. Understanding basic vision science, and how the eye perceives colors of objects and the environment, are important elements in design considerations. Comprehending color metrics that are used with conventional and LED sources will allow for a more thoughtful technical and artistic approach to the design.
This meeting is free, and earns 1 AIA HSW Credit, Health, Safety & Welfare
Speaker: Barry Young, GE Current
Barry Young began as a lighting sales rep in New York City by calling on electrical distributors, lighting showrooms, architects, electrical engineers, and lighting designers. His lighting work included residential design, outdoor site lighting projects, museums, commercial and retail spaces, emergency lighting layouts, and lighting control commissioning.
He is Lighting Certified (LC) from the National Council of Qualifications for Lighting Professionals in 2004. Mr. Young is currently Specification Sales Manager, Northeast for GE Current-a Daintree Company, a leading American manufacturer of architectural lighting, controls, and disinfection lighting solutions. He manages a network of sales agents and end-users to secure one name specifications to drive business through Current’s distribution network.
Barry Young is the Vice President of the Illuminating Engineering Society, Long Island Section and serves as Program Manager.