A Selection of Writings…


Art +/- Geology

A studio visit with modern painter Sarah Winkler.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 05 / Winter 2015-16

Utahan Utopia

Summit Powder Mountain in Utah is a visionary colony of cabins designed by emerging Slovenian architect Srđan Nađ.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 06 / Spring 2016

Colorado Modern

HMH Architecture + Interiors celebrate 25 years of dotting the Front Range with distinctive design.

In print: Boulder Lifestyle Magazine / January issue 2015

Out of Town

The modern country escape a New York City couple builds in the Catskill Mountains quickly becomes home base.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 06 / Spring 2016

Extreme Shelter

Living ecological alpine pods in the Italian Alps.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 03 / Summer 2015

Landscape, the Architect

The calm design of the V-Lodge in Norway responds to the down-sloping terrain.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 02 / Spring 2015

Fire / Wood

His Nordic German upbringing, traditional Swiss carpentry training, and the Bauhaus Manifesto deeply influence Canada-based designer and furniture-maker Nicolas Meyer as a craftsman and an intellectual.

In print: Alpine Modern, Issue 03 / Summer 2015

Connected by Design

ICON Magazine, American Society of Interior Designers, May 2014

De Space Designs’ redesign of the YMCA Anthony Bowen pays homage to its iconic founder and gives the District of Columbia’s Shaw neighborhood a safe space to exercise, connect and dream. Read more »


Airborne Turbine Prototypes Harvest High-Altitude Winds

Plus: Accompanying Q&A with Altaeros Energies, Inc. Founder Ben Glass

Composite Manufacturing Magazine, print and online

Silicon Photonics Breakthrough Could Skyrocket Speed of Microprocessors

Novus Light Technologies Today

Award-Winning PV Cell Could Stride Toward 50% Efficiency

Solar Novus Today

Carbon Bicycle Recycling Pioneer Predicts Robust Market for Repurposed Materials

Composite Manufacturing Magazine, print and online

Corn-based Composite Technology Offers Renewable Alternative to Wood

Composite Manufacturing Magazine, print and online


Boulder, Colorado — Hipsters’ Paradise


Set against the iconic Flatirons, Boulder, Colo. offers breathtaking views along with the vibrant energy of one of America’s brainiest (Portfolio study), foodiest (Bon Appetit magazine) towns. Boulder, you must know, is an adjective around here — “That’s so boulder!” — employed to describe everything from the trendy farm-to-fork restaurants and paleo cafes to eco-conscious clothing boutiques carrying local labels to all things yoga (studios, festivals, stores)Read more »

Breckenridge, Colorado — High-Alpine Skiing, Low-Key Mountain Town


It’s true, Breckenridge winter sports resort is know for world class skiing, especially after this year’s addition of Peak 6, with 543 acres of high-alpine steep terrain. But what really sets Breck (as the locals call it) apart is its vibe as a friendly, authentic small mountain town. Read more »

Countervail Composite Reduces Flutter in High-performance Custom Skis 

Composite Manufacturing Magazine


Globetrotters’ Hub at Home: Wander into Changes in Latitude Travel Store

Boulder Lifestyle Magazine, June 2014

Boulder Lifestyle Magazine, June 2014

Changes in Latitude (CIL) is more than a Boulder travel store; it’s a polestar for seasoned travelers and novice tourists in search of practical gear, travel clothing, books and maps. Free with purchase: travel tips and the companionship of like-minded travelers, brimming with wanderlust. Read more »