David is principal of David Bergman Architect and founder of Fire and Water, a lighting design firm. His work has been featured in Architectural Lighting, Architectural Record Lighting, Metropolis, and Dwell. David has been featured in articles in the Boston Globeand the New York Post on "green" design. He is the author of Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide (Princeton Architectural Press) and he writes the blog EcoOptimism.
Reid is a partner at Ageloff & Associates. His career began in Atlanta where he started to put his interest in sustainability into practice. Before settling into the residential sector, he worked on sustainability initiatives for the design and construction of the 2nd Avenue Subway. He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Cooper Union and a Master of Architecture degree from Georgia Tech.
Eric Chenault, LC, LEED AP, has over two decades of experience lighting everything from intimate residences to full city masterplans. His design practice focuses on light + health in applications and research. He is among the first designers to advocate for circadian balanced lighting and quality of the light spectrum in our environments. He received his BFA from the North Carolina School of the Arts.
MS, Philadelphia University
BFA, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
May is a Design Manager at Gensler.
Ethan is a licensed architect and a LEED-accredited professional specializing in interior architecture. He has worked at FXFOWLE and Cook+Fox and is currently the principal and cofounder of Metropolitan United Studio, an environmentally responsible design firm based in NYC and Seoul. Ethan teaches a number of classes including Introduction to Sustainability and the Built Environment, and Advanced Graphic Communication I.
Daniel Rogers has over 22 years of experience in the lighting industry as lighting designer, manufacturer, sales rep, teacher, and consultant. He currently serves as ICF Lighting Technical Lead for ENERGY STAR product specification development, providing technical expertise to EPA on lamp and luminaire product design, efficiency metrics, and test procedures. He is Lighting Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP), is a member of the NCQLP Examination Committee, and is a United States Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.
BAE, Pennsylvania State University
Roxanne is an architect and urban planner, an historic preservation and sustainability consultant, and a Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD), and owner and director of EcoEcoBuilding. She sits on the Municipal Art Society of New York's Preservation and Sustainability Committee and is a Board Member of the New York Passive House. She received a MS in Urban Planning from Columbia University and a BArch from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science.
Mark has more than 25 years of experience in architecture and design. For the first part of his career, Mark worked for several well-known commercial NY firms and then went on to found his own firm. He now works for a consulting firm, where they guide & advise architecture-design firms on the design development of high-end commercial and residential projects. He holds an M-Arch from the University of Texas at Arlington and B-Arch from Syracuse University, and is a registered architect in NY state.