In the current issue of dwell you’ll find this incredible international style house right here in Denver! The homeowners did an amazing job with a several year restoration of this important piece of Denver architecture. Many thanks to dwell for publishing this story!
The spring issue of Modern In Denver has a feature with great personal interest - “Naturally Modern” tells the story of the National Park Service’s Mission 66 program where modernist structures were built across the country’s national parks. The story is wonderfully written by Atom Stevens. It was quite an adventure for me to travel to all of Colorado’s national parks and photograph the buildings that are still standing that were part of this program. It also gave me an opportunity to enjoy the parks I had never been to before. Certainly a subject I am going to continue to explore across the country!
Pleased to see several of our clients win 5280’s Top Denver Design Awards! Architect Caroline Wilding designed the Modern Home of the Year with Design Platform - she now has her own company constructDA. BP’s new Denver Headquarters by Stantec was the corporate office winner and the library category winner went to Luxe Kitchen & Interiors and Kaleidoscope Design. As a bonus, the “Lights Out” section in this issue features Renée del Gaudio Architecture’s fabulous Big Cabin | Little Cabin.
ArtDesk is quarterly publication devoted to the contemporary arts, performance, and thought published by the Kirkpatrick Foundation. This summer's issue celebrates the 10 year anniversary of the Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, CO. I've had the pleasure to work with them over the last 6 seasons capturing the amazing art installations they bring in by world-renowned artists. Congrats to all involved in putting on the festival and here's to the next 10 years!
I'm excited to be a finalist in the first annual American Society of Media Photographers (AMSP) Spaces Photo Awards! The image below "Corky Colors" is the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch Library on Denver's gritty Colfax Ave. Designed by Studiotrope this this library exhibits and celebrates the community it exists within. Originally appeared as a feature story in Modern In Denver magazine.