Creative Lighting is a philosophy of image-making that sees light as the primary force in imagery.

It’s about learning to see and think about light as a photographer or cinematographer does, and the craft of image-making as a painter would. It is an approach to image making that favours the artist’s vision over technical knowledge.

Nikos and Damian make the perfect team and they are able to capture your attention from beginning to end with their creative passion. The Lighting Workshop is definitely the kind of course which generates new ideas and motivation to continue exploring the magic of light.
— Chandra Juanes, Foster and Partners
The Creative Lighting workshop was super great. I had an incredible experience in the workshop, with Nikos and his in-depth knowledge of lighting, and exploring the meticulousness of image making with Damian. I would easily recommend this workshop to all my friends and colleagues.
— Guulshan Roy, Guulshan Roy Architects Inc
Creative lighting helped me approach lighting with different eyes and tools. Over the course of 2 days, lighting is covered in a theoretical and practical way with examples of how to apply that knowledge in a meaningful way on your daily work.
— Luis Goncalves, Modus Group Visualiser Team Lead
The Creative Lighting workshop helped me to understand the importance of being inspired as an artist and of developing my working methodology. This workshop is presented by a passionate team, who understand how light and creativity can change everything. How a different approach can deliver unexpected achievement. I’ve been in the world of Arch Viz in London for the last 6 years, and this workshop reminded me of the importance of approaching Arch Viz from a photographic perspective. It re-opened my mind about the process of analysing visuals, which enables us to take our art to the next level.
— Andrew Kusuma, Design International
The Creative Lighting workshop for me personally made me think creatively again. In the past, I found it was easy to get tied up with the technical settings of a program and churn out very similar looking, bland work. However, I gained a change in mind set from the workshop, and a new way of looking at the composition and lighting of each individual shot. I have taken this process and used it in my work, and believe it is the better for it. I have more passion to create interesting, beautiful images.
— Iain Bennett, Envisage 3D