PJC Lighting

Phil Caton

As the principal of the company, Phil has a personal involvement in every project that PJC Light Studio undertakes. Responsible for all initial client liaisons, Phil leads the formulation and development of conceptual ideas and maintains close contact and coordination with the project team throughout the detail design and construction stages of the project. Phil also regularly updates himself with the latest lighting products, technologies and designs available. He has over 20 years experience working on architectural projects world-wide including urban redevelopment projects across Asia and Europe, Museums and Galleries, large and small Hotels, Retails, Office and Commercial Development, Residential development and Private residences, Exterior Facades and Landscapes.

Alan Lam

Alan initially trained as an architect and is now a Lighting Designer with over 12 years experience. Alan has worked on a great variety of Architectural, Cultural, Commercial, Public and Private Space, and Exhibition Lighting. Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture in Moscow (CCCM), Roppongi Tower in Tokyo, Museum of Modern Art in Texas, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2003, Today Art Museum Beijing, Alexandra House Commercial Arcade in Hong Kong, Landmark Hotel and Retail Consortium, Pacific Place Retail Consortium Refurbishment 2006-2010, New Cathy Pacific Lounge in Hong Kong, Showrooms and Headquarters for Toyota across China to name but a few. Alan is associate in PJC Light Studio responsible for a number of cultural projects in London, China, Russia & Hong Kong.