David Orgish has worked in the field of lighting design for 19 years, executing design projects for houses of worship, educational facilities, retail stores, outdoor landmarks, senior care facilities, offices, themed environments, utility energy centers, and private art collections. His recent experience with LEED design principles includes work for several municipal-branch libraries and the day-lighting control system for a large Bay Area county library.
Prior to joining O'Mahony & Myer, an electrical engineering and lighting design firm where he is currently a principal, David worked on such high-profile projects as the flagship stores for Ann Taylor in New York and San Francisco, Isla Magica amusement park in Seville, Spain, and a Niketown retail store in Honolulu. He was also a product design manager for an international lighting-fixture manufacturer.
Senior Adjunct Professor, Interior Design