Carrie Donahue Bremner

    Carrie has over 20 years’ experience in lighting design and architecture since graduating from The Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

    Joining Speirs Major in 1998, Carrie expanded her enthusiasm for architectural design into the realm of lighting. Since then she has developed a keen interest in the field, approaching design and collaboration with an artistic aptitude, understanding of architectural intent and determination for integrated design. Carrie has applied this knowledge and skill set to a diverse range of over 250 architectural lighting design projects.

    Several of the projects Carrie has worked on have been award-winning, including IALD Award of Excellence honours for Gateshead Millennium Bridge in 2002 and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in 2010. The Twin Sails Bridge won the Outstanding Achievement at the AL Light and Architecture Design Awards 2012 and Gold at the Illumni Infinity Awards 2013, Maggie’s Centre, Lanarkshire won best Lighting Design at the Scottish Design Awards in 2015 and the George C. King Bridge in Calgary, Canada won the Lighting category at the Footbridge Awards in 2017.