ArtSci’s Senior Lighting Designers


Diane Borys
Diane Borys

ArtSci’s Director of Lighting, Diane Borys, LC, Associate IALD, LEED A.P., CEPE, EIT, has over 7 years of professional lighting design experience. During this time, she has established a reputable attention to detail and passion for lighting design which combine to create well-coordinated projects that vibrantly mix forms and aesthetics with functionality. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in Energy from the University of Kansas. From concept to construction, Diane excels at using architecture as an easel as she paints with light ensuring to integrate the art, science, and technology of lighting into every project. Creating lighting designs that are energy efficient, budget conscience, integrated, and creative, Diane aims to add value to every space. She is highly proficient in lighting calculations and visualization tools such as AGi32 3D rendering software, Revit, and EnergyPro. Her award-winning designs and expertise in LEED, sustainability, and Title 24 make her an asset to any project. Contact Diane for the architectural lighting design of your next project in San Diego County.

Brian Hahnlen

As a Senior Lighting Designer and Project Manager, Brian Hahnlen, LC, EIT, has over 15 years of award-winning lighting design and leadership experience. He’s taught lighting at the graduate level and is skilled in educating and collaborating with architectural teams and owners. Brian’s experience developing aesthetically appropriate, energy-efficient illumination systems span a variety of project types ranging from commercial, cultural, entertainment, theatrical, retail, academic, sport venue, and healthcare to luminare manufacturing and controls integration. He is an expert at daylight design as a tool for manipulating light to complement the architectural vision for any space. Brian has won several IIDA Awards, IES Awards and holds a patent for his work with lighting controls. Contact Brian for the architectural lighting design of your next project in the Orange County and Los Angeles areas.  

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