The Lighting Practice

The Lighting Practice

Philadelphia, PA | New York, NY


Meet The Lighting Practice’s Newest Team Members

Darcy Veneziale
Jun 9, '17 5:20 PM EST

The Lighting Practice attributes success to its talented and hardworking designers, who combine creative enthusiasm with the most up-to-date industry knowledge. We are pleased to introduce our new project manager A. Pomme Lee and two new lighting designers: Amanda Constantine and Johnathan Whalen. Our newest designers bring a variety of experience and expertise to the practice.

A. Pomme Lee, LEED AP, LC – Project Manager
Pomme Lee rejoined The Lighting Practice after working with a lighting agency in the Philadelphia area.. With her dual architecture and engineering degrees plus her experience with a lighting agency, Pomme has a unique skill set and understanding within the lighting industry. She is experienced in architectural lighting design and lighting control systems for buildings in a broad range of project types, including academic, civic, commercial, and corporate. As a LEED Accredited Professional, she is also experienced in design of high efficiency lighting and daylight harvesting systems.

Amanda Constantine, AIAS – Lighting Designer
Amanda Constantine is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Architecture degree at Drexel University. She is an active member of the American Institute of Architecture Students, a nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence in architectural education and practice. Amanda’s pursuit of a career in lighting design began with her interest in using light to shape an atmosphere and draw attention to key aspects of a building or place. Since joining TLP, her project experience has expanded to include commercial, retail, education, and corporate environments as well as site and exterior lighting.

Johnathan Whalen – Lighting Designer
Johnathan Whalen is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture degree with a minor in Construction Management from Drexel University. Johnathan’s pursuit of a career in lighting design stemmed from his interest in the interaction of light with a space as well as the influence of technological advancements in lighting products on architectural design. Since joining TLP, Johnathan has designed lighting for a variety of environments including education, healthcare, exhibit, exterior facades, and the iconic Trenton Makes bridge.

We are proud to welcome these outstanding designers to our team.