JACK BAILEY, IES; partner, One Lux Studio, New York
Bailey has over 15 years of experience designing lighting for a wide variety of project types that extends to historic preservation and adaptive reuse of landmark buildings. He is currently involved in drafting the new International Green Construction Code with the International Code Council (ICC), and chairs the lighting workgroup of the ICC's Sustainable Building Technology Committee. He is also the chair of the New York regional task force of the IALD's Energy and Sustainability Committee.

CHARLES CAMERON, IALD, IES; Studio C Squared, New York
After spending nearly a decade as an integral collaborator at two internationally renowned architectural lighting design firms, Cameron developed his own lighting design practice, and has most recently established Studio C Squared. He serves as an instructor at the New York School of Interior Design and is the current vice president of the New York City section of the IES.

MITCHELL B. KOHN, FIALD, FIES; president, Mitchell B. Kohn Lighting Design, Chicago
With more than 30 years experience, Kohn specializes in interior illumination design for corporate, commercial, institutional, and selective residential environments. He consults to corporations worldwide and is a frequent lecturer at universities and professional organizations. Kohn has served multiple terms on the Board of Directors of the IALD and their Executive Committee, and was a founding member of the IALD Education Trust. He is also past-president of the Chicago section of the IES.

ALICE PRUSSIN, IALD; Alice Prussin Lighting Design, Berkeley, Calif.
Prussin has been working in the medium of light for 25 years, after beginning her career in theatrical lighting. She established her own design studio in 1998, and concentrates on civic work, with a particular focus on libraries and houses of worship. She has also taught lighting in the interior architecture professional certificate program at U.C. Berkeley Extension, and presented workshops at both Lightfair and the PLDC Global Lighting Design Conference.

CHARLES K. THOMPSON, AIA, IALD, IES; president, Archillume Lighting Design, Austin, Texas
An architect by training, Thompson's lighting practice embraces innovation, mentoring, and advocacy as tools for reinventing the collaborative design process. In addition to his full-time practice, which he founded in 1985, as an adjunct professor Thompson brings his professional design expertise to students of architecture and interior design at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture. An active member of the IALD, he was instrumental in the efforts that prevented Texas House Bill 2649 from passing and has co-authored the organization's Guidelines for Specification Integrity.