JEREMY WINDLE

MIES
Senior Director - Lighting Studio

Jeremy Windle Jeremy has been tinkering with light for his entire life. In theatre, theme parks, television and architectural design.

 

Jeremy started his lighting career as a technician and lighting designer at Sea World in San Diego, California during college, and then worked as an assistant lighting designer on television shows such as Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!, as well as concert tours for John Mellencamp and Steely Dan after graduation. With one foot in the entertainment world, Jeremy transitioned to architectural lighting design, bringing theatrical technique and technology with him.

Prior to joining StudioK1 Jeremy worked as the lighting designer and project manager for large projects such as the LAX Gateway Pylons; the Port of Los Angeles’ Cabrillo Way Marina and Downtown Harbor improvements; frontage improvements for MGM’s Monte Carlo and NYNY properties in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has since also worked on smaller award winning lighting and controls designs for All Saints Chruch in Pasadena, California and Marriott LAX.

With 25 years of design and construction administration experience, Jeremy has worked on casinos, restaurants, multi-family housing, retail, site lighting, hospitality, themed entertainment, commercial and masterplan projects.  Over the years he has gained extensive knowledge of lighting energy codes, electrical codes, lighting control and building automation systems, as well as emergency lighting systems and installation detailing.

As a Lighting Studio Director, Jeremy is involved in all stages of the design process, from conceptual design, through specification and coordination with other consultants and trades, to final commissioning.

EDUCATION
BS Mass Communications (Stage Lighting Emphasis) – Emerson College
NCQLP Lighting Certification (LC)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA)
US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional (USGBC)
Designers Lighting Forum/Los Angeles (DLF/LA)