With fantastic support from creative parents, I’ve always had a natural curiosity in energetic art. I’m inspired by direct impression, representational images from nature and stained-glass objects found throughout history.
I use sensory lighting to create a tranquil and calming ambience in any space. I find spiritual meaning in most patterns I work with, particularly when immersed in nature, sacred geometry and many forms in architecture. The lamps’ light patterns, colours, and designs help me feel more connected to the world around me and bring me into the present moment. The light also helps to create a sacred space for my yoga practice. I am grateful for the opportunity to share these lamps with the world and hope that they bring peace and calm to all who use them.
By harnessing the power of light through our unique sensory lighting technology, my lighting range is designed to have a range of uses, from illuminating yoga studios and spas to creating a warm and welcoming ambience in the bedroom or meditation room.
“My lamps are designed to encourage people to interact with their environment differently, using sensory lighting to create an immersive experience.”
Sensory lighting design
Sensory lighting can create a tranquil, soothing environment that promotes comfort and relaxation. It can also stimulate a person’s senses and enhance their enjoyment of a space. By using various lighting techniques, including soft, indirect light, light patterns, and colour waves, it is possible to create a variety of atmospheres that provide a range of sensory experiences.
They help calm, relax, reduce anxiety and stress, enjoy life, lift moods, and offer tactile input. Whether you are looking for sensory lighting for a child with autism or want to enjoy the benefits of sensory lighting for yourself, my lighting range is a perfect choice.
What is sensory lighting therapy?
Sensory lighting therapy is a type of therapy that uses light to stimulate the senses. It can be done in various ways, but typically it involves exposing the person to different types of light, such as bright, soft, pulsing, and coloured light.
Some evidence suggests that sensory light therapy can help children with autism spectrum disorder improve their focus, communication, and social skills. Some parents have also reported that their children seem calmer and more regulated after receiving sensory lighting therapy.
Why is it important for children with autism?
Sensory lighting has been found to help children with an autism spectrum disorder in many ways. Sensory lighting can help improve focus, communication, and social skills. It can also calm the senses and help regulate emotions. Visual stimuli experienced by an autistic individual may vary significantly from those without autism and may lead to uncomfortable symptoms, including light sensitivity.