Thomas Wang of WAC Lighting to Present CEU-Accredited Course on Landscape Lighting Artistry at Lightfair

Thomas Wang, Head of Asia Operations for WAC Lighting, will present a CEU-accredited course on Landscape Lighting Artistry with LEDs at Lightfair 2023 in the Outdoor Exchange (booth 1003) on Tuesday, May 23, 2:00-2:30 PM at the Javits Center in New York City.

The course will focus on landscape lighting design and the integration of architecture, nature, and lighting. The course will cover the latest tools available to landscape lighting designers and some of the best techniques and practices used in the industry by professionals to create art. Wang will discuss the newest technological advances – from LED lighting to sensors and controls – and how one can create a dynamic landscape lighting experience.

Wang is in charge of manufacturing and marketing for domestic and international sales throughout Asia and has played a vital role in developing an aggressive product roadmap while building out a robust network of industry partners. He has also improved media technology, educational curriculum, material sourcing, and corporate communications and previously served as Brand Ambassador and in Regional Sales Manager positions based in New York City and Shanghai.

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