candace ‘candy’ kling, lighting designer
Lighting design has worked on more than 2,500 projects around the world and died in March 26 at the Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington County.
Her partner, Deborah Rose, said the reason was a heart attack. Ms.
Klin, now known as C. M.
In 1991, Kling and Associates won the General Electric Lighting Award for their work on the main floor of the Washington National Cathedral.
Other projects of the company include Walter E.
Washington Convention Center in Washington and BC square Stadium in VancouverC.
Candice Mary Klin is from Philadelphia.
She was involved in stage lighting design in high school and worked as an intern in New York with Jean Rosenthal, a lighting designer who worked at 1950 and 60-year-old shows on Broadway, including the story of the West and the violinist on the roof. ” Ms.
Kling founded her company in 1980. In 2010, Ms.
Klin was selected as a researcher at the Institute of International Lighting Designers Association and served as a judge of the IALD International Lighting Design Award.
She is a member of the board of directors of the Institute of Interior Design at Marymont University.
She is a chartered member of the National Women\'s Art Museum in the region.
The survivors included her 27-year partner, Deborah Rose of Alexandria; a sister;
And two brothers. —