Spaces Between Projects: Getting Published, Winning Awards, Finding Your Next Project
Congratulations, your project is done! Before you jump into the next one, now is the time to: get your project published, receive acclaim and recognition from your peers, and use that to attract more business to your firm. This session explores case studies and best practices for writing about your project, having it photographed and working with print and online media outlets to further the reach and impact of your work.
Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Time: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Location: Room 221/222
Learning Units (LUs): 1.5 Core
Stacy Kendall is a Seattle-based writer and editor with 12 years of experience writing about interiors, design, art, and architecture. She is a founding member and Special Projects Editor at GRAY magazine, a seven-year-old print and digital publication about design in the Pacific Northwest. She has held previous positions as a style director (GRAY) and
Martin Knowles is a Vancouver-based architectural and interiors photographer. For over a decade, his distinctive photography has been an integral part of over 60 industry award-winning projects, including several AIBC Lieutenant Governor General and Special Jury Award winners, as well as winners of the IDIBC SHINE Awards, A*, BC Wood, Georgies, Ovation Awards, and CHBA