Traci, make sure it's potted in media that drains well and fast. Angraecums like those need to be drenched, then dry off. No sustained moisture as you would for Phrags or some Paphs. Bright light will yellow the plants up in no time at all, so keep light levels similar to Maudiae Paphs. Drastic temps (either high or low) aren't welcome either; what's going to be comfortable for you (60F to 85F) will be comfortable for it, too. If you're going to put it under your HID lights, make sure you place it out to the end of where the light hits! They can tolerate ("tolerate") higher moisture or more dryness, but what's "tolerable" in the wild isn't necessarily the best. For sustained, good growth, keep humidity and air movement up.