With over 20 years of experience, Lisa Bartlett is an award-winning lighting architect who is passionate about creating spaces that support wellness. She has successfully guided projects as diverse as large hospitals, corporate offices, and civic institutions to completion around the country. Lisa is a recognized thought leader in the lighting industry, known for bridging the gap between research and design by utilizing the evidence demonstrating the impact of light on human health to execute thoughtful designs that support wellness.
Although Lisa focuses her efforts on lighting design, she is also a licensed architect, nationally certified interior designer, EDAC-certified, and LEED accredited professional, as well as a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers. She has delivered accredited presentations on lighting for IESNA, ASID, University of Colorado, LightFair, and Environments for Aging, and recently presented at National Institutes of Health’s “Health in Buildings Roundtable.