No. 1 #birdofparadise featured in architectural firm’s ad campaign

Architecture, Press

No. 1 #birdofparadise, is featured in the ad campaign "Shelter" by architectural firm ARCH11 and published in Modern in Denver magazine.

Architectural firm ARCH11 features No. 1 #birdofparadise In the black and white analog photo series #birdofparadise, I imagine a paradise where recovering the voluptuousness of flight proper to creation is the greatest desire. Photograph No. 1 from #birdofparadise, was featured in the 2020 ad campaign “Shelter” by Denver architectural firm ARCH11.  A half-page advertisement was published in the Spring 2020 issue of Modern in Denver magazine. Modern in Denver, USA. (Spring 2020) p. 39.

Cross-Cultural Fairy Tales, or A Yarn Well-Spun

Articles, Blog article

Entrance to the Château de Maulmont, Saint-Priest-Bramefant, France.

Cross-Cultural Fairy Tales, or A Yarn Well-Spun One fine Saturday in June the stage was set for a celebration of Love and Life at the historical Château de Maulmont located in the Auvergne region of France.  Having fallen in love with France first, and her husband-to-be second, my girlfriend discovered this quintessentially French hunting lodge not far from her fiancé’s native town of Vichy and planned a fabulous wedding party where their guests could lodge on premises. In a miniature re-enactment of a French Court assembly, she booked the entire château including rooms for family and friends traveling from afar, local friends with small children and couples who would enjoy partaking of a true Château experience. A little history about this charming location: Originally a Templar’s stronghold in the 13th century built by Renaud de Vichy after returning home from the crusades, the château was acquired by Guillaume de Maulmont in an exchange with Phillipe Le Bel (then King of France).  In 1829 it became the property of Princess Adelaïde Louise d’Orléans, sister of King Louis Philippe d’Orléans, who also owned the royal estate in Randan.  Princess Adelaïde demolished old Templar ruins and commissioned the construction a hunting lodge by … Read More