Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Jazz At Lincoln Center: Lighting Part II

These photos are the counterpart to a previous post about an analysis of lighting in the Jazz at Lincoln Center complex. Click here to read part i

I've been studying the lighting design of this space as a case study for my lighting class in school.  These photos were taken in the Nesuhi Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame and the Atrium.


  1. Where do you study lighting? I want to learn that too.

  2. Hi Aleks,

    Its actually class we take as part of our Master of Architecture program here at City College where I go to school. I'm pretty sure most M.Arch programs require it. But if you're interested in studying lighting design, Parson's has a whole program devoted to it:

  3. Thank you Aviva, not so much the lighting design, I am more interested in light, temperature, reflections, bouncing etc. from photography POV.

  4. Hmmm, I'm not sure where one would take classes on that. Some of those things are covered in the course we take as part of our Master of Architecture program. Perhaps you can sign up for it even if you're not in the program.