Francis Milloy is a Scottish born, New York City based artist, architect, urban designer and lighting designer with over fifteen years experience working in the field of the built environment.
He has made significant contribution to the design and construction of award winning art, architectural and lighting projects in the North America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia.
In 2015 he established his own art and design practice in New York City.
He has exhibited as an artist in both the US and UK and is currently a Part-time Faculty member for the MFA Lighting Program at Parson's New School for Design.
His previous lighting design experience includes six years with Speirs and Major Associates in the UK, two years with Brandston Partnership, two years with Tillotson Design Associates and two years with One Lux Studio, all in New York City, USA.
He has also practiced as an architect and urban designer in the USA and UK, for three years with Michael Sorkin Studio/Terreform and three years with Make Architects/Andrew Merrylees.
During his time at Speirs and Major Associates Mr. Milloy was project lead for The National Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg, Sweden, The Rail Interchange and TTS of Heathrow Terminal 5 Airport in London, UK, and The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Exterior Lighting in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Other notable projects include 510 5th Avenue Renovation in New York, USA; Raffles American School in Johor, Malaysia; The New York Public Library Renovation Project in New York, USA and La Cite de la Democratie in Gabon, Africa.
He holds a Bachelor's Degree with Honours in Architecture from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, a Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture from the University of East London and a Master’s Degree in Urbanism from City University of New York.
He is a professional member of the Architect’s Registration Board in the UK, The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and The Royal Institute of British Architects.