7400 1ST AVENUE  | NORTH BERGEN  |  NJ  |  07047

OFFICE: 201.861.5390

 

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RACHEL EICHORN, PRINCIPAL

EMAIL: re@shimstone.com

CELL: 574.536.8662

 

 

Rachel Eichorn's lighting technique capitalizes on her 15 years of experience providing stage, theater & architectural lighting designs. Rachel began her lighting career in 1998 creating dynamic lighting for live musical stage productions.

After receiving her BFA in Lighting Design at Purchase College, she worked with Tony Award winning Broadway lighting designer Brian MacDevitt. In 2007 she joined Johnson Light Studio to focus on architectural lighting design exclusively, which was then merged into Kugler Ning Lighting Design in 2009.

Her recent projects as lead designer and project manager include Victoria’s Secret, VS:PINK, La Senza, Maiyet, and NARS Cosmetics. Her hotel and restaurant hospitality work includes W Hotel D.C., St. Regis Bal Harbor & St. Regis Bahia Beach, and the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel Towers Expansion.

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BRIAN BELLUOMINI, PRINCIPAL

EMAILbb@shimstone.com  

CELL: 646.642.6240

Brian Belluomini also began his lighting career in the theatrical world, before moving into architectural lighting design. After receiving his MA degree from Parsons School of Design, he worked for many years at lighting design firm Brandston Partnership Inc.

Following that, he spent 4 years as a freelance/independent lighting consultant, which allowed him to gain exposure to new philosophies, techniques, and skills by collaborating with a wide swath of lighting firms throughout New York City. Brian has been a guest lecturer at Parsons School of Design. In 2008 he was elected by his peers in the lighting community to serve on the Board of Managers for the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), where he presently holds the position of Section Vice-President. 

Some of his recent projects include the Utah Museum of Natural History, Tommy Hilfiger, Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, BOK Center, The Newseum, Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Singapore Discovery Center, and Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park.