We are only 1 month in to 2012 but I’m already feeling burned out, just barely moving through the week in a fog-like creative vacuum. Time to recharge my batteries and take a holiday
Architect: The best job in the world. At least it is for me but I have my own reasons…
Hindsight is 20/20, or so the phrase goes. If you could go back in time, would you change anything?
Wood ceilings and heavy timber beams painted white … sounds pretty nice doesn’t it? It brings to mind bucolic summer vacations and Vera Bradley catalogs.
Nobody is in the office and I can turn the music up to 11. This is the music that’s in rotation in the architect’s office so far in 2012
Perspective is important, particularly when you think you’ve had a bad day. Valuable advice from a 7 year old that is easy to forget once you get older.
2012 is the start of year #3 for my blog ‘Life of an Architect’. I have some lofty goals and some even bigger plans in store. Here are just a few:
Presenting a professional image online is typically a reasonable objective … so why is it so hard to have a decent head shot? Homemade photos work for somethings but when is the right time to make that leap?
Last week, with the weather being as beautiful as it was, I continued taking my lunch break downtown walking around a taking some photos. On this day, I spent time walking around the new Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre designed by REX | OMA
The activity of writing content for this blog three times a week for the last 18 months has helped me work on my communication skills. I may not be great but I am better now than I was when this experiment started. The important part is that I am talking to people.