Charles Stone

Charles Stone,
United States of America

An early interest in the theatre led Mr. Stone to a career in architectural lighting design, joining Paul Marantz and Jules Fisher in 1983, where he became the President in 2003.

From studios in New York, Seattle and Austin, Mr. Stone’s teams have designed award-winning and well-known lighting projects including Carnegie Hall, the Washington Monument, the Tribute in Light, the Rose Center for Earth and Space, the Hong Kong International Airport, the Vancouver Waterfront, the Burj Kalifa, and the Shanghai Bund.

Mr. Stone’s Traveling Light speaking tour has visited universities and conferences in 25 cities around the world. He currently serves on the IESNA Lighting for Outdoor Public Spaces Committee and Project Candle at Penn State University.