We believe everyone deserves the right light at the right time, so
we are making circadian alignment technology simple, easy, and
accessible to everyone. We want to empower people to lift their
energy, mood, and cognitive ability, and enjoy the benefits that
come from a healthy, well-aligned circadian rhythm.”
—Ralph BoothFounder, OSIN
The OSIN purpose
We are on a mission to end circadian
disruption. By developing cutting-edge
circadian lighting products, we give
people access to the circadian light their
Driven by our purpose
Spread across Auckland, Nelson, and Christchurch, our diverse team is united by one shared purpose: to end circadian disruption.
Grounded in science
Our solutions are a result of over two decades of study on the impact of light on well-being. Every aspect of our design is informed by cutting-edge circadian research.
We believe today’s challenges must be met with unconventional thinking. We are constantly testing our assumptions to push the limits of what is possible.
Inspired by New Zealand
We Kiwi’s grow up with a unique connection to nature. We draw inspiration from this environment to create products that seamlessly integrate into your lifestyle.
Ralph has been a leading figure in the commercial lighting industry for 25 years. Learning about the impact of light on human psychology and physiology inspired Ralph to dive in and do something about circadian disruption. He is passionate about giving people a healthier relationship with light and making OSIN a world leader in this important new field.
Serge has spent over 10 years immersed in lighting technology, working with some of the pioneers of circadian lighting research and development. He has a passion for light and its ability to transform spaces and support health and well-being. His search for a fresh approach brought him home to New Zealand and the dream job of leading the OSIN team.
Nina Lihead of science
Nina is a biological scientist with a PhD in anaesthesiology. As a molecular biotechnologist in the UK, she became immersed in the study of circadian clocks in organisms and completed her doctorate at the University of Auckland. Nina is a acknowledged expert in her field and leads scientific research and testing at OSIN.
Harry BoothContent Coordinator
Harry is a natural communicator with a diverse background in writing, photography, video, and post-production. He joined OSIN because he believes in the potential of circadian lighting to transform millions of lives. Harry creates educational content to help more people appreciate the health and wellness benefits of beating social jet lag.
Dan Wilkinsonhead of design
Dan is OSIN’s talented and award-winning product designer, responsible for creating Loop’s unique form and feel. Dan believes in designing functional, meaningful products that are a pleasure to interact with every day and make people feel better just looking at them.
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