Acer saccharum -- the beatles -- Yoda -- anyone who can speak with confidence and conviction in the 3rd person -- the folksman -- Benny -- those who make cheeses -- R.A. Dickey -- the brilliant people who craft Mesa Boogie guitar amplifiers -- Electro Harmonix -- TEK -- Admiral Adama -- the kids in the hall -- Farmer's Markets -- Sunshine -- the smell of a Hemlock Forest -- & Wookies.
Other Crafts/ Interests
Climbing trees, campfires, pitch and catch, guitar, shuffleboard, lawn darts, grilling, gardening, laughing at rollerbladers, nothing whenever possible, dancing, watching people, meeting people, dining out, eating in, looking at pictures of baby polar bears, throwing a ball for benny and casey (sigh), exploration, discovery, satisfying hunger, sketching via inspiration, learning the names of colors, identifying trees, stealing street signs, feasting, playing fireball mountain, shooting hoops, going to the farmers market, foaming milk for a perfect latte or cappuccino, climbing into bed, jumping on a bed, learning a new chord progression, procrastinating, interesting conversation, pointless small talk, wrestling, playing kickball, lying on a patch of long cool grass and attempting to identify patterns in the clouds, not skydiving, skipping stones, being alone in the woods, not being along in the woods, making love, being in the forest, repeating myself, mumbling, thinking aloud in humorously incomplete sentences, changing guitar strings, connecting with old friends, eating as much chocolate as i can, doing a few push ups, tapping a beat with either my foot or my hands to relieve anxiety, watching movies or tv shows without commercial interruptions, frogger, drinking games, socializing, star wars video games, dressing up like my favorite member of the village people, closing my eyes and letting snowfall hit my face and melt, grabbing a handful of sand and philosophizing, destroying cultural norms, ridding 90% of lawn in the country and replacing it with something of ecological significance, growing my own food, finding a way to live without a car or building my own EV, eating ice-cream, honesty, shots of bourbon, sustainababble, inner peace, love, jade plants, standing in awe of a dogwood, gaging the growth of plants & herbs since my last visit, family dinners, horseshoes (the game, not the decoration), frisbee, survival, sleeping in tents, sleeping in lean-to's, ignoring anyone who can do yo-yo tricks, amplifying angst, singing out of tune, nothing whenever possible, easy card games, the smell of the forest, baby juggling, arm wrestling, learning a new language, learning to speak english, bellbottom pants, paisley neckties, tweed jackets, old brown shoes, a tarnished pocket watch, self-discovery, laughter, watercolor painting, 2-b pencils, india ink brush pens, oil pastels, colored pencils, adobe photoshop, salvaged materials, local materials, recycled materials, no materials, nudity, "what the fuck?" moments, non-smug shoulder shrugs, a good fart, calling someone a dipshit, catching something when it is knocked over thus preventing damage to said thing, making you smile, diving in a lake, putting my feet in a stream, pine needles, the smell of lemon balm, a viburnum flower, comfortable chairs, braiding my toe hair, a job well done, hammocks, shade, sun, beatles, owls, galletes, two-eggs over well... and grandma's love baked apple pie.
My name is Chris Brown and I am a student currently enrolled in the young scholars program at the University of Maryland and in was wondering if you would be interested in answering two to three short questions for me about your experiences in landscape architecture. I’m very interested in this profession and I would love to hear about it personally from you. Thanks so much for your time and consideration and I can’t wait to hear from you!! Sincerely, Chris Brown
I have some family friends here in Colorado who are building a modest home up near Syracuse, Livemore I think, and could use some advice on landscaping. They are good people a delight to know but I'll bet they don't offer a designer much cash ($50-150) for a walk through.. But ya never know. They tried to pump ideas out of me over dinner the other weekend, but ya can only offer so much over photo's. If you are interested let me know and I'll get you the contact info. Thx. firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout history—with the exception of the great Olmsted, of course—it seems that landscape architects seldom find their way into the design spotlight. Lurking in the shadows of a project's sources, the portion of folks…