Malcolm Innes is an artist by training and has extensive experience of architectural lighting design and light art from 24 years working on international projects. Having worked for Kevan Shaw Lighting Design and Speirs and Major before setting up his own practice, Malcolm’s portfolio includes several multi-award winning projects including two IALD Radiance awards and nine IIDA awards.
Malcolm is now a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Design at Edinburgh Napier University. He specialises in architectural lighting, light art, projection and interactive digital arts.
Malcolm’s 2012 book, “Lighting for Interior Design” has been published in English, Spanish, Chinese and Portuguese.
Malcolm’s experience of creative conservation lighting for museums and galleries has extended over the last 24 years of professional practice and continues through live research projects today. His experience ranges from small exhibitions and visitor attractions to lighting for national galleries and museums.
For more information about the work of Malcolm and his colleagues, please see https://issuu.com/ianrlambert/docs/respub16forissuu for the 2016 copy of the Journal of Art & Design Research.