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Speaking

I create memorable, thought-provoking and, if you'll excuse the pun, enlightening, experiences to shine a light on how light shapes health and well-being for people and planet and for profit.

 

I love connecting with audiences online and in person and have been invited to bring some science-led sparkle to academic symposia and team building away days, trade shows and CPD workshops. 

 

Past clients include The Royal Society, the Medical Research Council, BBC Four, Science Gallery Dublin and the Corning Studio in New York.

 

Some keynote topics are below - but do get in touch to let me know how I can help you. 

Keynote topics include

From the space station to your workstation

Learn how lighting designed to keep astronauts in peak condition on the space station can help us to stay health and happy down here on earth. Discover our how our indoor lives are leaving our body clocks in the dark - with disastrous consequences for health and well-being. Discover powerful, practical techniques to give your body clock a helping hand.

Light for health and well=being

Learn about the visual and non-visual effects of light. Explore the needs of key groups: early years, students with special educational needs and people with neurodegenerative diseases. Discover powerful, practical solutions to use light to build inclusive, healthy and happy places to live, to learn and to work.

The business case for healthy lighting

Learn what 'human-centred lighting' means for the business owner. Explore a simple calculator to see how the numbers add up for key sectors: education, healthcare, workplace and residential development. Discover simple, affordable and sustainable solutions.

Tracy Camilleri,
Co-founder Thompson Harrison,  
Associate Fellow at Oxford University Säid Business School (OSBS).

'We have loved working with Shelley: we value especially her rigour and generous-spirited creativity. She literally sheds light on the subject of human thriving and wellbeing – people go away from her sessions with a host of new illuminating  insights.'

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