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Acknowledged for his natural, understated aesthetic, Yale has been serving international clients for more than 25 years. He is particularly recognized for crafting magical nighttime spaces that generate a subtle, warm welcome - both indoors and outdoors - often creating a unique environment with his innovative lighting techniques. Based in Southampton, New York, Yale is working on both residential and commercial properties in Mustique, Newport, Rhode Island, a private island near Greenwich, Connecticut, and a large horse farm on the north shore of Long Island to mention a few. His work has been widely published in such important publications as The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Town & Country and Hamptons Magazine, as well as many other publications. Yale has also received rave reviews in the highly-regarded Franklin Report.


Jan Moyer, who has been recognized internationally for her work, is the author of the encyclopedic “Landscape Lighting Book”, considered the bible of the industry; the third edition was released in 2013. Starting her landscape lighting practice 35 years ago, she is acknowledged as the lighting designers’ guru. Jan established an educational public charity, 501(c)(3), the International Landscape Lighting Institute (formerly The Landscape Lighting Resource), to preserve and disseminate information about landscape lighting. The Institute offers courses and is expanding educational opportunities to include advanced and special topic courses in landscape lighting. Jan concurs with Greg Yale that the Yale Moyer Lighting collaboration offers fresh, unique capabilities not only to improve the awareness of landscape lighting but to proliferate its pleasures as well.  

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Anthony began his career in the Landscape industry in his teen years, working in his father’s business in his home state of Connecticut. He is now a Master Electrician and an active member of the Continuing Electrical Needs Association LLC (CENA), In 2003, Anthony furthered his education by attending The Landscape Lighting Institute at The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). There he studied with the world-renowned Landscape Lighting Designer and Author, Janet Lennox Moyer. While at RPI in Troy, New York, he also began working with Lighting Designer Tom Williams and subsequently collaborated on projects with Tom for many years. Anthony became a mentor and instructor in 2009 at International Landscape Lighting Institute ultimately becoming elected as a group leader. Through his dedicated work at the ILLI Anthony has been asked to teach at multiple locations across the United States and as far distant a place as Tokomachi, Japan.

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