Apart from that stint in fifth and sixth grade where working for Marvel Comics was the dream, I have always wanted to be an architect. The path was charted early on. Continue reading “a paved but winding career path”
Clarity, that’s the goal. If I could end it right there, I would. Continue reading “ARBs, HARBs, and a bit of carbs, (presenting to local review commissions)”
Summertime leads most Americans to vacation; vacation requires travel. This summer, it appears my only travel-based vacation occurred last weekend during a fast family trip to Boston. Continue reading “boston uncommon”
We use a lot of words, but we give our word and that should me something more. Nonetheless, when we give our word it seems we need a lot of words to ensure that we actually give our word.
What? What does a digital tool have to do with woodworking? Continue reading “solid modeling and woodworking”
As an architect, I build things – well…actually I design things – beautiful things. They get built – beautiful things get built. Continue reading “legacy from a hurricane”
If you’re reading this, you’re not unplugged, at least not completely. Continue reading “unplugged”