PREMIER LIGHTING SOLUTIONS
40 YEARS OF DESIGN EXPERIENCE
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR LIGHTING FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES
A SEAMLESS COLLABORATION OF ART, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY
OUTDOOR LIGHTING SOLUTIONS
INTEGRATING LIGHTING INTO ARCHITECTURE
HAS YOUR LUMINANCE DIMMED?
IS YOUR UPLIGHT DOWN?
HAS YOUR FOOT CANDLE BLOWN OUT?
TIRED OF GRAZING A WALL?
GET BRILLIANT: YOU WON’T BE GLARED AT.
BRILLIANT is a premier lighting design studio focusing on a diverse range of architectural project types. Our team merges 40 years of lighting experience for corporate, theatrical, media technology, and hospitality, with the newest techniques and methodologies for creative illumination and sustainability.
WHAT WE DO AND HOW WE DO IT
FIRST WE MEET WITH YOU AND DETERMINE EXACTLY WHAT KIND OF LIGHTING YOU NEED.
ONCE WE UNDERSTAND YOUR GOALS WE HIT THE DRAWING BOARDS AND BEGIN CREATING DESIGNS FOR YOUR PROJECT.
AFTER REVIEWING THE DESIGN, THE PROJECT MOVES INTO DEVELOPMENT WHERE REVISIONS ARE MADE TO FINE-TUNE YOUR NEW SPACE OR FIXTURE.
ONCE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT IS FINALIZED AND CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE YOU WILL EXPERIENCE YOUR NEW PROJECT AS IT COMES TO LIFE.
WHO WE ARE
Scott Johnson is Design Principal of Brilliant Lighting Studio and Wolcott Architecture and has been since 1996. For over 40 years, Scott has been a driving force in architectural interior design, lighting design, and design industry leadership. His diverse range of projects include corporate, commercial, entertainment, and civic facilities.
It is Scott’s background in theater and production design that informs his creative approach to the firm’s award-winning projects. From production and lighting designer for the Neil Diamond World Tour to creating production designs for the New York Shakespeare Festival, he was honored with a Tony nomination for Broadway theatrical design, an Emmy nomination for television lighting, four LumenWest Awards and ten IES National Merit Awards for architectural lighting design, and was lighting designer for the IIDA Calibre Award winner for Large Projects in 2013.
Scott conducts CEU classes on The Lost Art of Hand Sketching and Lighting Design for Interior Designers as well as serving as juror on academic and industry design competitions. He also leads seminars at design and lighting conferences.