In the era of instant but faster share it right now, is getting your work published in a print magazine worth the wait?
Sorry for the salty language, Mom, but getting your … [Read More...]
In college, my Intro to Design professor brought a unique view to our studies. A licensed social worker in a past life, she travelled the globe before attending design school and settling into life as … [Read More...]
Lawd, Wednesday, you rolled around again fast. It's hard to believe we've made seven trips around the sun since last we met. It seems like a good time to tour the ugliest room in my new house, but … [Read More...]
Ah, Wednesday. You caught me unaware, with so much to do and with so many thoughts and so little to say.
I've been thinking about a different kind of post all week, changing up the approach and … [Read More...]
Last week, I made the commitment to meet you here every Wednesday and share the process and progress of the remodel of my new digs. Who knew how challenging that would be? I'm not a quitter and showed … [Read More...]
I have the honor of belonging to a group of design centric locals, gathered together by the geniuses at Forest Home Media. Owners Nancy McNulty and Dana Tucker wisely focus their sights on providing … [Read More...]
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...]
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...]
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