We are Inform Lightworks (ILW).  We are a multidisciplinary product development, marketing, brand and business development consultancy offering turnkey solutions to the demanding needs of the lighting manufacturing community.  We can take your napkin sketch and turn it into a production-ready fixture, help you manufacture it, launch it, market it, sell it and become your partner in growing your bottom line. Founded in 2009 by Peping Dee Jr. and Jonas Concepcion, ILW has earned a reputation in the industry as a trusted resource for creating inventive products, inspired branding, and informed strategy for a number of lighting organizations from start ups to multinational conglomerates and everything in between. We have successfully designed and launched to market several dozen lighting products.  Our work has been featured in numerous publications and has earned our clients multiple patents and design awards.  

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Jonas Concepcion, MIES

Jonas is a designer and a perpetual tinkerer with a deep interest in the intersection of lighting, technology and art. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute’s School of Industrial Design and holds a Master of Science in Lighting degree from the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He was previously the Director of Industrial Design at LITE360 and the Lead Project Engineer for Selux's LED and solar-powered lighting developments.



Peping Dee Jr., LC, LEED AP, MIES

Peping honed his product design and management skills while serving as Product Designer & Project Manager for Litecontrol. While in graduate school he worked as an assistant lighting designer with Naomi Miller Lighting Design and MSH Visual Planners. He received his Master of Science in Lighting degree from the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and his Bachelor of Architecture and Building Science degrees also from RPI. He is an active member of the IESNA, where he has served as Chair of the Lighting for the Aged and Partially Sighted Committee and contributed to the writing of RP-28.