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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.

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Recent News

More Recently Completed Projects! April 16, 2021

This past year has had its ups and downs, and some of those “ups” were completions of projects that we were excited to see come to life! Oculus has recently…

Citizen Public Market February 11, 2021

Downtown Culver City, CA is starting to get quite a facelift, especially with Amazon moving into their new offices at Culver Steps and at Culver Studios (both Oculus projects incidentally!).  …

Oculus Projects Pushing Ahead January 26, 2021

Despite challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, construction is still moving forward on many of Oculus’s projects. San Pedro Public Market is one of them: this redevelopment of the seaside plaza…

Senior Associate Joel Weston January 7, 2021

Oculus Light Studio is pleased to announce that Joel Weston has been promoted to the position of Senior Associate. Joel has designed a wide range of projects, both nationally and…

Oculus Principals Present at IES LA Events December 8, 2020

It’s share-with-the-local-community month! Both of Oculus’ principals will be presenting at upcoming online IESLA events! “What I Wish I Knew!” As part of the Emerging Professional series, Scott Hatton, IES,…