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Founded by Archit Jain and Scott Hatton, Oculus Light Studio is an independent lighting design studio delivering innovative lighting strategies that celebrate both the science and art of light as a powerful way to shape the environment.  Lighting is the small portion of a project yet overall creates a meaningful impact. At Oculus, we enjoy the lighting process for the value it brings to each space and we pride ourselves in meeting the aesthetic, business and environmental goals of each client.  Oculus is headquartered in Los Angeles, USA, with a satellite studio in Seattle, WA and with lighting design projects in the US, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.


Recent News

IIDA Calibre Award Nominees 2024 April 25, 2024

Oculus Light Studio is thrilled to announce that seven of our projects have been nominated for this year’s 2024 Calibre Design Awards. Still currently in the design phase, and nominated…

40 Under 40 Winners January 22, 2024

Oculus is proud and excited to announce that two of our coworkers have been selected as 2023 cohorts of lighting design’s global 40 under 40. Congratulations to Sarah Wang, Assoc….

Oculus Promotions November 29, 2023

Oculus is honored and excited to announce well deserved promotions! Sarah Wang as our first Associate Principal Sebastien Payannet to Associate Stephanie Chou and Leslie Crapster-Pregont to Senior Designer “When…

Oculus’ Newest Designer, Saubhagini Mahajan November 6, 2023

The Oculus team would like to introduce the newest addition to the team, Saubhagini Mahajan. Saubhagini has a Bachelor of Architecture degree and recently graduated from University of California, Los…

A Bright Summer at Oculus Light Studio August 29, 2023

Jumping into my summer internship at Oculus Light Studio was like opening a book I always wanted to read. The experience here bridged the gap between theory and practice for…