Moonlighting

This is my contribution to this month’s ArchiTalks topic, “Moonlighting.” The other posts are linked below. You can also find them on Twitter by following the hashtag, #ArchiTalks. Enjoy! ~~~ “Moonlighting” was funny TV series. But I’ll save that for …

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Mentorship

This is my contribution to this month’s ArchiTalks topic, “Mentorship.” The other posts are linked below; you can also find them on Twitter by following the hashtag, #ArchiTalks. Enjoy! ~~~ Over the years I’ve taken part in various professional mentorship …

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Trust Your Architect

This is my contribution to this month’s ArchiTalks topic, “Advice to Clients.” The other posts are linked below; you can also find them on Twitter by following the hashtag, #ArchiTalks. Enjoy! ~~~ When I ran my own architecture firm, Thousand Story …

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Architecture of Change

This is my contribution to this month’s ArchiTalks topic, “Architecture of Change.” The other posts are linked below; you can also find them on Twitter by following the hashtag, #ArchiTalks. Enjoy! ~~~ I once thought that Architecture served as a …

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Architecture in Movies

I’m writing this as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has their annual awards gala downstairs somewhere.   I’ve always been a big movie fan but it’s been a big, busy year of transitions for me and I just …

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Work / Life

Readers: This is my entry in the ArchiTalks blogging event for September (ArchiTalks #12) in which a group of architects address the topic of “Work/Life”. Links to the other posts are provided below.   Honestly, the achievement of a healthy work/life balance has …

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Feedback: What Would You Like to See?

A key to great storytelling – and to engaging blog writing – is knowing your audience. I believe I know the types of people who visit this website and read these blog posts, but let me ask – what would …

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A Day in the Life of an Architect

This is my entry in the ArchiTalks blogging event for December – in which we architects record a typical day in our professional lives. Links to the other posts are provided below. My firm (Thousand Story Studio, LLC) is young in architectural …

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