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Women in Lighting: Jill Entwistle

Light Collective has initiated a project titled Women in Lighting to create greater awareness and encourage inclusion of women lighting design practitioners into the industry.

by Light Collective Oct 08, 2019

Jill Entwistle is a freelance lighting journalist working in London, England. She is the Executive Editor of the international magazine Lighting - Illumination in Architecture. This video about the fascinating writer and designer is a part of a larger series titled, Women in Lighting.

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Jill Entwistle, executive editor of Lighting magazine - Illumination in architecture, for Women in Lighting Video Credit: Courtesy of Light Collective
Women in Lighting (Logo) | Women in Lighting | STIR
Women in Lighting (Logo) Image Credit: Courtesy of Light Collective

Women in Lighting (WIL) is a project that has set out to create an inspirational digital platform for women working in lighting to promote their passion and achievements, narrate their career path and goals, celebrate their work and elevate their profile in the lighting community. Although women make up at least 50 percent of the practising designers, their inclusion on judging panels, editorial boards, conferences and as keynote speakers is significantly lower than 50 percent. WIL attempts to change that.

Watch out for the next interview with Christine Kühne (CC-TC Lighting Advisers).

To see interviews of other lighting design practitioners from this series, click here.

(Information has been taken from STIR’s partnership with Light Collective and Women in Lighting, the project which has been made possible by Formalighting)

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Light Collective

Light Collective consists of Sharon Stammers and Martin Lupton who are lighting designers with over 20 years of experience. Based in the UK, their work includes light activism, light art installations, marketing projects, competitions, curated exhibitions, lighting awards, branding, trade stands and shows, epic parties, pop up events, guerrilla lighting, community projects and light education.

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