Diversity is embraced here. “Weird” might be the Dutch norm due to pragmatic tolerance. This trade city has been accustomed to associating with different cultures, ideologies…
designer + artist
creating art and architecture solutions with quality and authenticity
writer + photographer
celebrating travel, innovation, nature culture and history of the
consultant + enthusiast
discovering detail, excellence and heritage through
Creating detailed architecture + thought-provoking compositions + enriching experiences
Appreciates and designs well-thought architecture and space plans, written and photographic compositions, and travel experiences with an intention to promote excellence, understanding, heritage, innovation and balance in the world
Be the change you wish to see in the world.
— Mahatma Gandhi
My design continues to evolve and expand with the world of architecture. Discovery of culture and regional details fuels my great desire to experience and capture the character of places.
As an ardent traveler who appreciates diversity, I am a constant student and advocate for features of the world—found in architecture, languages, history, food and heritage—eternally expanding my creativity. My mission is to celebrate our wondrous planet through my art and the craftsmanship of others.
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The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding.
–Leonardo da Vinci
Collection of Work
- Completed Projects
- Home Design
Recent Journal Articles
Where is the Netherlands? The Netherlands is located in Northwestern Europe along the North Sea. This small country is divided into 12 official provinces (4…
It’s impossible to see all of London in a few days, but we worked to discover as much as possible on our trip to Northwestern…
Football-inspired travels led to our discovery of Northwestern Europe and the history architecture, cuisine and cultures found there. While watching the 2018 FIFA World Cup…
Honored to have been chosen as my son’s interviewee for his 8th grade writing assignment for which he was to interview someone who could recall…