Andrew Pultorak



Andrew has nearly 30 years of experience in the lighting industry. He worked as a Senior Lighting Designer for two Seattle firms before opening his own lighting design and consultation firm, Lumen Design, in 2008.

Andrew has designed interior and exterior lighting for private residences, restaurants, casinos, retail spaces, offices and houses of worship from Seattle to Spain to South Africa. He brings a sensitive, detail oriented approach and an effective, open communication style to all his projects. He’s created award winning work for Eye Society in Mill Creek, Washington, and the MGM Grand Gateway of Entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Andrew holds his certification from NCQLP (National Certification of Qualified Lighting Professionals), is a member of the IES (Illuminating Engineering Society), sits on the IES Puget Sound Section Board of Managers, served as President of the IES Puget Sound Section and is a member of the IES National Progress Report Committee.


Eye Society at the Bravern, Bellevue, Washington

  • Edwin F. Guth Award, IESNA Northwest Region

Eye Society in Mill Creek, Washington

  • Edwin F. Guth Award, IESNA Puget Sound Region
  • Edwin F. Guth Award, IESNA Northwest Region

MGM Grand Gateway of Entertainment, Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Award of Excellence, Edison Award Competition:General Electric
  • Edwin F. Guth Award of Excellence, International Illumination Design Awards: IES
  • Award of Merit, International Association of Lighting Designers
  • The Lumen Award, Southern California: IESNA

David Butler


Senior Designer

David brings a complimentary set of skills, knowledge, and experience to Lumen Design’s clients. He is a certified lighting designer and consultant who believes in the necessity of good lighting design to reveal and clarify the work of the architect and designer, and to enhance the visual experience of being in the space. He advocates lighting solutions that utilize energy and resources in a responsible and sustainable manner. Holding a masters degree in lighting and design for the theatre, David is also a member of IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America) and has earned the LC credential from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP), a non-profit independent certifying body whose mission is to protect the well-being of the public through effective, efficient lighting practice.

David has extensive teaching experience, recently including lighting classes at Edmonds Community College, and for the Illuminating Engineering Society, Puget Sound Section.