Bradley K. Malkus, Lightswitch
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Bradley K. Malkus began his career as a lighting design professional in 1974. For over 20 years, he worked as the lighting designer and programmer for dozens of major musical artists including Pink Floyd, Bruce Springsteen, Huey Lewis and the News, and Spyro Gyra. Since 1990, Bradley has been concentrating on lighting design for museums, churches, architectural projects, corporate events, and theme park attractions.
Currently, Bradley is developing designs for the Asian Art Wing at the Harn Museum on the University of Florida campus and for a new attraction at Universal Orlando that is based on the movie “Despicable Me”. He recently completed work as the lighting consultant and designer for the main visitor lobby at the corporate headquarters of 3M in Dubai.
Bradley also has extensive experience in designing touring museum exhibits. Recent projects include the international tour of the blockbuster exhibit “Tutankhamun - The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs” for Arts & Exhibitions International as well as “Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition” at the famous O2 in London. In addition to his experience as a lighting designer, Bradley has also been very active in lighting controller research and design for more than 25 years.