Lately, I've been AWOL. Largely invisible, out of sight and, occasionally, out of mind. My oldest child was due to have a baby and close on her new house at the end of the February. She also has a … [Read More...]
Heavy snow fell as she walked, rendering Paris a construct of quiet streets, shuttered shops, slippery sidewalks and growth opportunities. As the city slowed to a halt, her shutter sped up, but you … [Read More...]
Today I'm hanging out over at superstar Courtney Price's beautiful site, dishing with a few other photo nerds, four of whom I count as friends, on making the most of your holiday photos.
My … [Read More...]
Before heading out to photograph the practice round for Chukkers for Charity 2014, I brushed up on what I didn't know about polo player Nacho Figueras. I figured he gets a thousand questions about the … [Read More...]
Once a year, I head over to the CDC and commit a crime for you. As far as I know, they haven't filed a warrant for my arrest yet, so I've got time to ask: Did you know September is Ovarian Cancer … [Read More...]
Lately, I've been throwing a lot of shit against the wall trying to get something–anything!–to stick. My career isn't soaring, my personal projects aren't clicking, and my wife-mother-sister-friend … [Read More...]
Listen up, Y'all.
For the second year in a row, Nissan will present Chukkers for Charity, a polo game and outdoor event held in Franklin, Tenn. Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras, a world-class polo … [Read More...]
As part of its international series of design Talks, in May 2014 Modenus arranged a visit to Christopher Guy's new showroom in the New York Design Center during #BlogTourNYC. Spanning 20,000 square … [Read More...]
“A Study In Contrast,” the featured space in the 2014 Kips Bay Show House by designer Randy Kemper and architect Tony Ingrao of Ingrao Inc., is truly a lesson on incorporating contemporary elements … [Read More...]
Designers are often judged by their attire. How one dresses is considered a reflection of one's design aesthetic and ability.
If that theory is accurate, even in it's wrongy wrongness, my work can … [Read More...]
If you know me, you know I love a hunk of beautiful steel. If it's in the form of a state of the art sink with LOADS of function built-in, well, so much the better.
Anyway, one of my favorite kitchen … [Read More...]
One of the highlights of BlogTourNYC was a trip to one of my favorite showrooms, Donghia. The Atlanta showroom is lovely, but it pales in comparison to the size of its location in the Decoration and … [Read More...]
Shine, is a great site to gather ideas on how to use Sunbrella's broad product collection. From their original beginnings in Marine and outdoor fabrics, the company has expanded to included indoor … [Read More...]
A few months ago, I shared my love for photographing horses with the world you.
A girl has to have a hobby.
Now, I think it's turning into a Thing.
It is turning into A Thing.
In May, I … [Read More...]
Boy, you sure lucked up. I'm keeping it short and sweet today, meaning I'm keeping my words down to a minimum and letting images and someone else do most of the talking.
Cross yourself and thank … [Read More...]
Who is DXV?
DXV is a new line of luxury kitchen and bath fixtures from American Standard. In its 15th decade of business (hence the name DXV = (D)ecade + (XV) 15) , the company launched the … [Read More...]
In truly ah-mazing news, I recently joined my friends at Modenus on BlogTourNYC, May 2014 Edition. Last year, Modenus added Lifestyle trips, think cultural immersion combined with design, to their … [Read More...]
One day, let's say a sunny first Saturday in May, you spend the morning watching your favorite 6-year-old stand, both literally and figuratively, out in left field during his baseball … [Read More...]
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