Judges 2018

John Bullock, Lux

John joined Lux as applications editor at the beginning of 2016. He founded Equation Lighting Design in 1986, working on all types of architecture, including heritage, museum, and retail projects.

In 1998 he moved to Dorset and established John Bullock Lighting Design, carving out a new reputation working on residential projects, mainly in the South West. He has written for the lighting press for many years and played an active role in producing lighting commentary on his own website and in social media.

Robert Goode, West Midlands Trains

A Facilities and engineering professional with a wide range of experience within facilities, engineering and project management. A Chartered Engineer who has worked with in manufacturing, electrical distribution and transport sectors, in a variety of engineering based roles.

Ray Molony, Lux

An engineer by background, Ray Molony has written about lighting for over 20 years. He is the editor of Lux Review and the publisher of Lux magazine. He studied electrical and electronic engineering at Dublin City University and worked on various projects in the defence industry.

He’s the co-author of the acclaimed book, Light: Reinterpreting Architecture, which was published by Rotovision in 2001 and translated into numerous languages. His current obsession is reclaimed luminaires.

Theo Paradise-Hirst, BA – ChapmanBDSP

Theo has dedicated more than 20 years of his professional life on core design and energy innovation, as head of Llghting at ChapmanBDSP he has an emphasis for working on public buildings.  Theo is collaborating with some of the most talked about architects of our time.

Over the years, Theo has worked closely with the BRE and has made major contributions to industry R&D in innovation and has assisted with new codes and guidelines in energy and building design.

Gordon Routledge, Lux

Gordon Routledge is co-founder of Revo Media Partners – the publisher of Lux and Lux Review – and has over 17 years’ experience in the lighting industry.

In 2001 he founded Lumidrives, which he led until it was bought by Dialight in 2006. Gordon then went on to develop Dialight’s global lighting business unit.

A serial entrepreneur and innovator, Gordon is an inventor and co-inventor on 11 patents.

Victoria Sadler, Couch Perry Wilkes

Victoria has been working as a lighting designer for 6 years and now leads the lighting design processes alongside Neil Foster FSLL for Couch Perry Wilkes. Victoria is experienced in creative internal and external lighting design applications.

Typical projects include University Campus Master planning, sustainable lighting, energy reduction schemes and lighting control systems.

Alan Tulla, Lux

Alan is Lux magazine’s technical editor and a well-known expert on LEDs and their practical applications. An independent lighting consultant, Alan conducts Lux’s monthly product reviews and writes the popular Design Clinic series, which presents different ways of lighting everyday spaces.

He is a fellow and past president of the Society of Light and Lighting.