Clark Scott


Clark Scott, President of Alger-Triton International, brings over 28 years experience devoted exclusively to the design and manufacture of custom lighting. Surrounded by a family of Interior Designers and a Lighting Consultant, his strengths lie not only in conceptual design and illumination techniques, but in developing these designs into a manufacturing reality. His astute design sense and attention to detail provide innovative oversight to the infinite manufacturing and material capabilities offered by Alger-Triton and Wired Custom Lighting. Throughout his career, Clark has been actively involved in specialty lighting fixtures for Hospitality, Theme Park, Office Building, Historic Restoration and High-end Residential properties. A few of his project references include Disney Orlando, Anaheim and Tokyo, Mall of America, Hakata Canal City, Los Angeles City Hall, Gas Company Tower, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Caesar's Palace and a number of exclusive high-end residences in Bel Air and Beverly Hills, CA. Clark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Iowa State University and is active in both domestic and international projects.

Michelle Seminaris Bass


Michelle started her career in Interior Design before transitioning to the lighting business, where she has been National Director of Sales for the past 5 years. She brings a strong and experienced track record to Alger-Triton in both design and lighting. She will be a part of the Executive team overseeing all areas of the company with a focus on domestic sales. She will be a key addition to the executive team as part of our global strategy.

Rick Cooley


In the early 80's, Rick Cooley ventured to Southern California to continue his acting career. He met a gentleman who designed and manufactured custom decorative lighting for hotels and casinos. Rick started selling custom lighting to high end residential projects in Beverly Hills and then obtained the contract to renovate and restore the chandeliers at the historical Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. While enjoying a role on the hit TV series "Dynasty" Rick obtained the worldwide licensing rights to the show to develop a high end chandelier collection that would be marketed through designer showrooms. This led to the contract for Steve Wynn's original Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. This solidified Rick's career in the gaming industry and for the past 22 years Rick has done most of the decorative lighting in all the prominent casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Biloxi, Gulfport and California. Rick for the past 25 years has run sales, design, production, finance, delivery and installation overseeing 250 employees. Today Rick enjoys his successful relationship with Alger International, forming Alger-Triton International.

Mishel Michael


Mishel Michael, Principal of Alger-Triton International, has successfully combined his passion for design and detail to contribute to his insightful achievements within the lighting industry. With acute sensitivity to detail, Mishel considers each project holistically and takes into consideration every aspect including cultural and social influences. The results have contributed to the growth of Alger-Triton International as the leading resource for lighting in the gaming and hospitality industries. In 2001, Mishel was inspired by a new generation of lighting as presented in Wired Designs to cater to a distinct clientele. Past installations comprise of some of the world's recognizable properties including Wynn Resorts, MGM Grand, Starwood Properties, Four Season's Hotels, Mandarin Oriental. Mishel graduated from University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture and Business Administration. Always aspiring for personal growth Mishel attends the Wharton School, Executive Education Program.