Thursday, July 28, 2022

Spotlight on Music

Check out this great article by Essence about the upcoming Black Music Wall of Fame in Cincinnati, OH! 

This outdoor lighting, sound, and interactive experience will honor the stars and stories of influential Black musicians from the city.

We're so excited to be working on this project with Jack Rouse Associates and the rest of the team. Stay tuned for more info!

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Coming Soon!

Jason was onsite today working on a mock up for an installation that will be coming soon to Pawtucket, RI! We were testing different positions for the lighting fixture within the custom fabricated mounting structure we will be using on the project. Stay tuned!

Wednesday, June 15, 2022


 Kathy is onsite and excited to get started on another new project! 

You too can sit on the #zippothrone if you visit 

the Zippo/Case Museum & Flagship Store in Bradford, PA

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Coming soon to Mystic, CT!

Always great to be working back at the Mystic Seaport Museum! 

A new exhibit in the Thompson Gallery opens May 28th!

Check out their website for more info on "Story Boats - The Tales They Tell."

Here's an excerpt of the exhibit write up:

Mystic Seaport Museum has more than 450 small watercraft as well as a fleet of larger historic vessels tethered to our docks along the Mystic River, four of which are designated National Historic Landmarks. As a whole, these vessels represent an extraordinary array of design, purpose, and materials beginning in the early 19th century to the present, from dugout canoes to duck boats to Boston Whalers and everything in between and beyond. What ties these boats together thematically, and is the inspiration for the exhibition Story Boats: The Tales They Tell, is the remarkable richness of human interest stories behind them, which include themes of hope, exploration, survival, joy, adventure, sport, immigration, and many others.

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Project Preview: Art Complex Museum

The Art Complex Museum located in Duxbury, MA is the permanent home of the art and object collection, as well as the reference library, of Carl A. Weyerhaeuser and his wife Edith Greenleaf Weyerhaeuser. Abernathy Lighting Design (ALD), a studio of Eos Lightmedia USA, is proud to have worked with Proun Design to bring to life the new Founders Gallery; a deeper dive into the lives and history of the Weyerhaeusers and their collection. 

Working with small format LED spotlights, integrated LED lighting systems within the exhibit structures, and a small expansion to the base building lighting systems, ALD was able to bring into focus the story of these amazing collectors and highlight some of the signature pieces which now reside in the museum's collection.

The museum opens to the public on May 22nd. If you are ever in eastern Massachusetts we hope you will stop in!

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Hard at work!

We are lucky enough to be on site again this week! 

Here's Jason and our friend Gillian, wearing their hard hats and of course, hard at work!

Friday, April 22, 2022

In the palm of your hand...

Technology has made so many strides in the last several years... We're currently working on site and we can control the fixtures in the palm of our hands! 

Here's our friend Dave programming the light using his cell phone. Each luminaire once hung and named are then programmed into the system.