Monthly Archives: April 2015

Inspiration in My Social Media Tribe – Photographers

I like social media. One of the primary reasons I like it so much is for the many very talented and interesting people I follow, individuals who provide a nearly endless stream of visual delights (I might be insatiable in … Continue reading

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My Lifelong Relationship With David Adler (included a fling with Frances Elkins)

This is an image from the back of the massive Crane Residence (1927) in Ipswich, Massachusetts; I was once married at this great house. And this half-mile long allee is the view from the top of Castle Hill on the Crane … Continue reading

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Hiding In Plain View: 90 Grove Street

Photo credit: Paul Rocheleau . I know that I am not alone in thinking that the historic West Village is the best neighborhood in New York City! If you have ever wandered around in the West Village it is likely that … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: Loft Dining Room

In this dining area in a new York City loft, the design intention was to create both openness and grounded-ness. That may sound like a contradiction, but there was thoughtful intention behind these potentially contradictory goals. This loft has a … Continue reading

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East 42nd Street: Walking Tour of Beautiful Spaces

Chances are if someone mentions ’42nd Street’ you will think Times Square. Unlike many New Yorkers, I really do like Times Square – not the tourists, not the shops, or the restaurants; I am not even a huge fan of big … Continue reading

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