John Bullock

John Bullock is the editor of The Light Review

Light and Colour: in perfect harmony

Could I write something about the relationship between Light and Colour?Probably . . . . Let’s talk about the relationship between light and colour – and what comes first? There is no chicken or egg here, there is only the chicken AND the egg. Without the chicken, there is no egg; without the egg there …

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Dear Prime Minister . . .

Tracey White, Chief Executive of the Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP) has written to the Prime Minister asking that the Government keeps infrastructure projects open and working. Thousands of jobs, many of them by self-employed contractors or SMEs, are reliant on these projects continuing. If you have any plans of contacting your MP – a …

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What is the Circular Economy and Why is it Important?

This article was written for LightLines, the journal for the Society of Light and Lighting and appears in the May/June 2020 issue. The typical way that we think about the things that we use assumes that we keep something for as long its helpful to us, after which we throw it away. How it gets …

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Tamlite: taking back control with Starlite

It’s time that we talked about lighting controls. The LED came in with fanfares and circuses, taking everyone’s attention. At the same time, there was another, far quieter, revolution going on; so quiet that a lot of people may not have realised the enormity of what’s been happening. Let me explain. . If there’s one …

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