If writing about music is like dancing about architecture, then what is writing about architecture like? Singing about cooking? Miming about painting? Whatever you call it, it’s what I do. I write about the design and the construction, the process and the project, the precedents and the innovation. I write about houses, schools, hospitals, museums, offices, shops, restaurants, and parking garages, as well as the people who create them. I write for architects, their clients and the public. And, I aim to communicate the powerful role good architecture – in all its forms – plays in shaping our communities and our lives.

photo of downtown Austin, Texas by Dror Baldinger FAIA


Communications and writing services tailored exclusively to the architecture and design professions include:


  • Marketing Materials Development

  • Design Awards Submittals

  • Service Recognition Submittals

  • AIA Fellowship Submittals

  • Strategic RFQ Responses

  • Collateral Presentation Materials

  • Book Editing


honored recipient of
Texas Society of Architects Honorary Membership
Texas Society of Architects
John G. Flowers Award
for Excellence in the Promotion of Architecture through the Media

A tour of the Quarry Run Regional Operations Center (ROC), as given by Bexar Metro 9-1-1 Network’s Chief Executive Officer William “Bill” Buchholtz, doesn't start with its bright and sunny administrative spaces, or even at the high-tech, futuristic public safety answering point (PSAP). Instead Buchholtz starts all his tours in his favorite space: the electrical room located deep inside its hardened, mission critical core. The room, with its rows and rows of conduit aligned in an intricate, pattern of overlapping and parallel pipes is the building’s beating heart. Or, for Buchholtz, a work of art. “It’s like a Michelangelo ceiling,” he says, referring to the impressive order and organization of lines and ducts overhead. read more

The Call winter 2017 issue

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