(UK) – As part of its ongoing response to significant levels of rapid growth, Michael Grubb Studio has promoted Daniela Rendon to Project Lighting Designer.
Having worked for the studio since 2019, Rendon has demonstrated her commitment to the lighting design industry. Her skills and knowledge have undoubtedly contributed to the success of many of the company’s recent projects.
In her new role, Rendon will manage design projects at varying stages of completion, working with a senior team member to ensure deadlines are met. She will put her self-motivation, good initiative and organisational skills to good use, as well as demonstrating her ability to liaise with suppliers, clients and design teams.
Rendon will be able to draw on her vast experience of working on projects of varying scales, across multiple sectors. These include the award-winning Bath Abbey project, King’s Walk Shopping Centre in Gloucester, and Woolsery in Devon. She has also been an active participant in industry events such as the creation of a lighting installation at the [d]arc Awards 2019, as well as being crowned a Technical Award Winner at the 2021 SLL Ready Steady Light challenge.
Speaking of her new role, Rendon said: “I am very excited to start my new position. I truly appreciate the opportunity and look forward to continuing to grow, as well as contribute to the creative and talented team of Michael Grubb Studio. I feel extremely motivated and encouraged by the team support, which makes coming to work an absolute joy.”
Michael Grubb, Founder and Managing Director of Michael Grubb Studios, added: “Daniela has proven herself to be a committed team member, with excellent lighting design and project management skills. In her new role, she will be able to build on these, as well as taking a more prominent position with clients and other stakeholders.
“I’m extremely proud of Daniela and it has been wonderful to watch her grow and develop as part of the Michael Grubb Studio team.”