1.5 miles long and 500ft high the Bay Lights will live for two years on the iconic West Span of The Bay Bridge. It will include 25,000 individually addressable LEDs programmed by artist Leo Villareal to display a fine arts experience like no other."
Timothy has a long career in applying innovative DIY and off-the-shelf approaches to legacy industries including the Internet, Computer Graphics, Aerospace, Chocolate, Spirits and the Arts.
Amy Critchett is executive director of the Bay Lights project.
Ben Davis runs two SF-based graphic design and communication firms - WPI and ISH. Ben has a passion for legacy projects - major civic and social projects that will create generational positive impact and he is the visionary of The Bay Lights and serves as Chair or Illuminate the Arts.
Senior Construction Manager at Zoon Engineering was formerly Senior Construction Manager at Parsons Brinkerhoff, Senior Construction Engineer at California Department of Transportation and Project Manager / Project Engineer at Bay Cities Paving & Grading. It is through Saeeds leadership and relationships The Bay Lights technical team as come together. He has worked with the individuals on the team and their perspective companies on major infrastructure projects for over 20 years.
Leo Villareal is known internationally for his light sculptures and site-specific architectural works.His art is part of the permanent collections of prestigious museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum in Kagawa, Japan. Recent exhibitions include a survey show organized by the San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, which continues to tour several museums in the United States. Leo received a BA in sculpture from Yale University in 1990, and a graduate degree from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Interactive Telecommunications Program.