It’s on!

I’m quietly launching two websites today, namely this one and The site you’re reading features the work of the alums of my Carleton seminar/studio, and at this point it’s really just for their eyes and a few trusted colleagues.

So, dear AMD students, I want to make sure you’re comfortable with the way your work is represented here. Let me know if you’d like to edit, supplement or remove any material before I really get the word out.

To facilitate tagging, the projects are in the form of blog posts. Since the home page shows the latest posts you can just scroll down to see them in reverse order of posting. But the best way to browse them is by way of the blue words comprising the cloud.

So please take a few minutes to poke around this site and It till help me see how the site works, and it will get the traffic moving, if instead of emailing me you can sign off on your own projects via comments, and add some likes or comments to your colleagues’ projects.

I’d be grateful if you could test the site on a range of devices–your Mac, PC, tablet, heck maybe even a phone–to see how it functions. But most importantly, let’s just get the content approved so we can get the wonderful class projects out into the world!

Looking forward as always,



I’m a historian, curator, communications strategist and information designer, living in Los Angeles since 2020. I have decades of work experience in universities, museums, government and the private sector. In recent years I’ve become a globally-recognized advocate for the design of safer streets and motor vehicles. Whatever the challenge, I’m passionate about combining words, images and data to communicate content that matters.

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The projects featured here were created by graduate students at the Azrieli School of Architecture, Carleton University, in a class that ran from January to April 2013. For more information consult the menu bar, or simply browse projects by category using the tag cloud.
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