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Ayrton teams up with Women in Lighting

Ayrton teams up with Women in Lighting

Ayrton teams up with Women in Lighting

Ayrton has become a sponsor for Women in Lighting, the international support and networking project for women in both the architectural and entertainment lighting sectors. Launched in 2019 on International Women’s Day by Light Collective, Women in Lighting (WIL) is a digital forum where women can inspire, support and encourage the next generation of female lighting designers.

The project provides a platform on which women designers can share their passions and achievements and celebrate their work. Its worldwide programme of events and activities is augmented by a series of online interviews where women share their career paths and goals with other members. Until now, WIL has focused largely on women working in architectural lighting, but the new collaboration with Ayrton brings a engagement with the entertainment lighting industry and an opportunity to raise awareness and expand the network into a different market.

“Our intention is to build bridges between different lighting industries as well as redress the balance of the heavy bias towards male lighting designers,” said Sharon Stammers, co-founder with Martin Lupton of Light Collective and Women in Lighting. “However, Women in Lighting is not only about gender equity. It's also about inclusivity and how this is beneficial to an industry as a whole. Ayrton is perfectly placed with its great knowledge of and connections within the entertainment industry and is the ideal partner to help us spread the awareness of WIL and how it can help people.”

To mark the new collaboration, an online workshop will be held on 14 September from 13.00–15.00 BST. Registrations can be made here.



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