Sutton Vane Associates - UK
Mark Sutton Vane has been working in lighting design for most of his life. He established the independent lighting consultancy Sutton Vane Associates in 1995. Sutton Vane Associates designs lighting for schemes all over the world. Mark wrote the lighting master plan and designed the lighting for the public areas of the London 2012 Olympic Park for which he was appointed a London Legacy Ambassador for lighting. He also lit the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London for The Queen, the Titanic building in Belfast and the National Museums of Oman, Ireland and Scotland. He designs lighting for retail, residential, commercial, historic, museum, hotel and leisure projects. Mark believes the future of good lighting design lies in marrying sustainability to the needs and perceptions of the people using the spaces. "Top 10 lighting designers worldwide". AWARDS: 2017: Light Middle East Awards, Winner: Public Lighting Project Of The Year - The National Museum of Oman; 2017: Lighting Design Awards, Winner: Heritage Project of the Year - York Minster; 2016: WIN Awards The Sussex Cellar, Berry Bros & Rudd, Finalist; 2016: FX Awards, The Sussex Cellar, Berry Bros & Rudd, Finalist; 2016: Darc Awards, The Sussex Cellar, Berry Bros & Rudd, Finalist; 2016: Lighting Design Awards, The Sussex Cellar, Berry Bros & Rudd, Highly Commended; 2015: Lighting Design Awards, Great Gallery at The Wallace Collection, Highly Commended; 2014: Lighting Design Awards, Durham Cathedral Shop, Winner - Small Retail.