Talk About It

About 3 years ago: Brian P.

Great advice for young professionals. There is nothing worse than having a great idea and not doing anything with it.

About 3 years ago: Bob Borson

Since we are both in Dallas, I think we should meet at Black Friars for a Jameson. Even though I am not Irish, you and I share a lot of similarities (hopefully that won't disappoint you). I took a trip to Ireland 10 years ago and it was one of my most favorite vacations I've taken - my wife was born in England but lived in Ireland for a few years. More people should visit Ireland, I've nicknamed it "the greatest place nobody has ever been" which is a shame.

Hopefully I'll bump into you at a Dallas event here before too long, thanks for adding your story to the 'Architects talking to Architects' interview series.


About 3 years ago: Jonathan Brown

I completely agree on the notion of using the right tools for communication with the client. Hand drawing on the fly, in front of the client, can often be one of the most effective ways to communicate ideas and engage them in the process.

About 3 years ago: Jeromy

Beautiful furniture.

I don't know if it's really true that architects don't have hobbies. I think sometimes, the profession is the hobby, or at least the hobby is so closely related to the profession that it is indistinguishable.

My current hobbies are book binding and embarrassing my eldest daughter.