Leslie Moynihan Joins Brightline As The New Lighting Director

Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Monday, August 08, 2022

Moynihan joins Brightline after creating lighting for Live Events, theatre, and dance.

FREMONT, CA: “I’ve been a Brightline fan for a long time. They've figured out how to light optimally for the highest possible video resolution, the resolution that's most flattering to the subject,” states Moynihan. Brightline, a renowned provider of video lighting systems, has hired Leslie Moynihan as a Lighting Designer/CAD Specialist to its team. Moynihan has a broad career in lighting design for theater, television, dance, live music, and venue grand openings before joining Brightline. Her former work was as a computer drafter and designer for Cleveland-based A/V equipment distributor Root Integrated Systems.

“The CRI is very high on their lights, and the way the light is designed creates a very soft, flattering light. When I was designing for end users, I found their products superior to what anyone else had out there,” adds Moynihan.

In her new position at Brightline, Moynihan is responsible for creating unique lighting solutions for Brightline clients and partners and lighting templates to meet virtual design criteria. Moynihan will also assist in the installation of projects on the ground. She has experience working with the company's products before joining Brightline, but she is eager to learn more about the specifics and photometric data pertinent to each light.

“Leslies got such a broad base of expertise, including superb drafting skills, and shes just so easy to work with,” comments Kathy Katz, Co-Founder, Brightline. “We’re thrilled to add her talents to our team. We’re confident our customers will come to rely on her counsel very quickly.”

Since joining the Brightline team at the end of last month, Moynihan has been developing lighting environments. Moynihan is determining how to supply appropriate lighting discreetly for a corporate location with a ceiling architectural element that creates shadows.

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Moynihan has developed lighting for various events in the past, including local theater shows, the grand opening of the former Gund Arena (now called Rocket Mortgage Field House), and concerts at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. She directed the lighting for the inaugural HGTV home design program, Room by Room. Moynihan also managed the touring rig during the U.S. tour of a ballet company.

Moynihan echoes the enthusiasm, “I’m looking forward to being part of what I consider one of the most innovative lighting manufacturers in the world. I think every job Ive had up until now has led me to this point.”