Senior Associate, Senior Lighting Designer


Lighting Design

I have over 15 years of lighting design experience and have worked in multiple major cities including Philadelphia, NYC, and Milwaukee for prestigious firms such as GWA Lighting, Francis Cauffman Architects, and SBLD Studio. Four years of this was spent at Visa Lighting in WI, where I learned and gained experience on the manufacturing/sales side and became an expert in healthcare product and design. Although I have worked on numerous projects including, commercial, hospitality, retail, education, exterior façade, and site lighting, my focus and passion has always been and is healthcare lighting design. I love that I can take all my past work experiences and education to help inspire, create, and partner with other healthcare designers from all industries to create healing environments.

I am LC and EDAC certified and a dedicated member of the IES Healthcare Committee, currently updating the IES Lighting for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities, RP-29 Document. Did I mention I’m a healthcare nerd? I love reading, researching and following the latest news on anything to do with light & health. This all stems from my education in Interior Design at Philadelphia University — my thesis on a Children’s Outpatient Rehab Center was inspired by a dear family member who spent many childhood years in and out of hospitals. I have had countless opportunities to specialize in this field, and I’m so grateful to be here, having the ability to share and grow with Mazzetti!

My current home is Decatur, GA working out of our ATL office although I gladly support our offices and projects nationwide.

My Flipside

When I’m not “nerding out” about lighting, I spend time with my family, being a full-time mommy to our 4 yr old daughter and 2 yr old son.

My husband is a lighting product designer, with an industrial design background, currently working for Acuity lighting. Lighting is a part of our family you might say.

In our free time (I think I remember those days) we both work on our house renovation projects and fight over whose design is better! If I can squeeze in cycling, fire pit nights, or attend local weekend festivals and farmers markets with the kiddos, we take full advantage. We also try and see our family all over the country as much as possible and have perfected the minivan road trip with littles in the car. Life is pretty busy these days, but I wouldn’t change it for the world.