Jim Tetlow is a theatre consultant, television and theatrical lighting designer, and principal of Nautilus Entertainment Design, based in San Diego, California. He was Lighting Designer for the US Presidential Debates, and lighting consultant for all the events surrounding many...

Jim Tetlow is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and has been working as a lighting designer and consultant for television, theatre, and architecture since 1975. He has been the recipient of an Emmy Award, won in 1990 for Sesame Street, two other nominations, and a 1985 Monitor Award for a music video with Jim Henson's Muppets. 

He has been referred to as the guru of entertainment systems design for his work on 29 ships for various brands of the Carnival Corporation cruise ship fleet. He has also worked extensively as a lighting designer on corporate videos and live theatrical productions for such clients as General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Daimler-Chrysler, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, Porsche, Michelin, Polaroid, IBM, and an interactive live/video presentation with Mummenschanz for AT&T.





Martine Knoop is a senior application specialist at the LiDAC International (Lighting Design and Application Center) of Philips Lighting in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. After studying architecture and building physics at Delft University of Technology, her PhD dealt with day lighting systems, glare from daylight and acceptance studies in day-lit rooms.

Martine Knoop worked in Berlin for the Marketing department of
a manufacturer of luminaires and lighting controls for four years. After this she started at Philips, and was also part-time visiting professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, July 2005 till December 2008. In this position she focused on the balance of light requirements for human beings and possibilities offered by technology and architecture.

Martine Knoop now focuses on lighting solutions for physical and mental wellbeing.