ALD, STLD and Clay Paky are pleased to announce the nominations for the ‘3rd Knights of Illumination’ Lighting Design Awards. The awards will be held on the evening of Sunday 12th September 2010 at the IBIS Hotel London Earls Court.
The Knight of Illumination Awards will provide public recognition for outstanding achievements in Lighting Design by UK based Lighting Designers, in a number of professional areas. At the same time, these Awards will forge closer ties between the world of Lighting Design and the Lighting Industry as a whole.
The Awards for “The Knight of the Illumination” are nominated and judged by a panel of professional reviewers working in the specific categories, selected and coordinated entirely by STLD and ALD.
Mark Smithers for “Mission 2110”
Martin Kempton for “Who Dares Wins”
Lee Allen for “Blue Peter Christmas Special”
John Carberry for ”Eastenders Live”
Kieran McGuigan for “Desperate Romantics”
Roger Simonsz for “Spiral”
Roger Williams for ”Junior Apprentice”
Iain Davidson for “Theatre Live! – Turning Point”
Mike Le Fevre for “Paxman Interviews”
Dave Evans for “Lambing Live”
Bernie Davis for “Festival of Remembrance”
Gurdip Mahal and Ross Williams for “U2 Live in Berlin” (with MTV Awards)
Phil White for “The Australian Pink Floyd Show”
Baz Halpin for “Pink”
Chris Bushell for “Lily Allen”
Cate Carter for “The Editors”
Ed Warren for “Florence & The Machine”
“Immersive” for “Pendulum”
James Ingalls for “L’allegro for Mark Morris”
Peter Mumford for “E=MC2”
Michael Hulls for “Afterlight”
Mimi Jordan Sherin for “The Gambler”
Peter Mumford for “Elegy for young lovers”
Olaf Winter for “Tristan” at the Royal Opera House
Neil Austin for “Judgement day”
Jean Kalman for “The Wasteland”
Peter Mumford for “Sucker Punch”
A very special category which may or may not belong directly to the world of Lighting Design as such. To be announced during the Awards Ceremony.