2017 marks the tenth year anniversary of the Crestron Integration Awards and for this special celebration, Crestron has lined up four top names in technology and lifestyle journalism to join the Judging Panel for these prestigious industry awards. Joining Robin van Meeuwen from Crestron, the panel of judges for 2017 are now revealed:
Emily Brooks, award winning freelance journalist and magazine editor. Emily has more than ten years journalistic experience and currently writes for The Telegraph Property, Grand Designs and Luxure, amongst others. She recently won the CEDIA Award for Best Technology Feature 2016.
Jeremy White, Product Editor at the technology and innovation magazine Wired. Alongside Wired, Jeremy also writes for the Telegraph on all things gadget related and has previously worked for the FT and Esquire magazine as well as being a regular commentator on BBC and Sky.
Our third judge is Kate Slesinger, who has been the Publishing Director at House & Garden magazine since 2010, and has over 20 years’ experience in publishing at Condé Nast. Over the past two years she has gutted and refurbished her own home in SW London, giving her hands-on, practical experience to complement her work at House & Garden.
Last but by no means least is renowned lighting specialist Rebecca Weir, who has completed over 1,200 award-winning residential and commercial lighting projects worldwide. As well as a renowned lighting designer, Rebecca is a successful columnist and author, recently launching her book ‘The Languages of Light’, which demonstrates her passion for lighting.
So for the chance to put your work forward to be considered by this prestigious panel of judges, get your entries in to the Crestron Integration Awards 2017. This highly experienced panel will be spotting the stand out projects, where Crestron technology has shone through and created innovative solutions for its users.
For a chance to win, enter here: www.crestronise.com/awards