Thanks to Barbara Thurnburg, Heidi Volpe from the Los Angeles Times, and photographer Joao Canziani for a wonderful afternoon at Bobby Greenbaum's house. And of course, thanks Bobby for being such a great client and friend. OK.. I will design your canopy as soon as I get back from Uganda...
Everyone developed an instant kinship and worked together so the house can be featured on May 20th. publication. The model Rainy was absolutely poetic as she swam in front of our eyes. At some point, I had to retreat to the kitchen to conceal my tears.
Peter, my colleague was as usual was making sure, no detail was left out. Tomorrow, I will scan the pictures I got and place them in our blog. Barbara is not only a great writer, but also a joy to be around. Bobby and I immediately hooked up with Heidi due to her love of extreme sports and Joao, a very intense artist, a native from Peru, we shared the passion for story-telling through our work.
The article and the photos will convey the narrative of a "once upon the time, there was a swimmer...".
On Feb. 15th. we are having a photo shoot with the Los Angeles Times at Bobby Greenbaum's house. I got some phone calls from the editor stating the importance of me being there when that happens... I left a message saying, "Sorry I have a class to teach" so after receiveing a couple of heated voice messages, at the 11th. hour I re-arranged my schedule so my students will drive to Palm Springs and we will have... well, a field trip sort of day. Thanks Axell for cutting me some slack... You are my hero!!!
Oh my!!!! What a surprise!!!! Let's talk about Divine Providence.
The reality is, we are running at a blistering pace, with 15 projects on the boards and 15 great clients, who have earned our respect, trust and admiration. They know we are doing the best we can with their projects and giving them all we have...
Courage to Commit. Personal sacrifice. The will to endure. Belief in Self.
Happy Easter Everyone...