Posts Tagged ‘Architecture’

Since 2007, Riding the Vortex has been presented as panel of Black women in architecture, talking about their experience in the industry and offering a place for other people to share their stories. We presented twice in the Fall of 2016. I moderated the Riding the Vortex XVI panel at Arch Exchange East in Richmond, […]


Since 2007, Riding the Vortex has been presented as panel of women in architecture, usually Black women, talking about their experience in the industry and offering a place for other people to share their stories. We presented twice in the Fall of 2016. The following is a summary of Riding the Vortex XV at the […]


Since 2007, Riding the Vortex has been presented as panel of women in architecture, usually Black women, talking about their experience in the industry and offering a place for other people to share their stories. We presented twice in the Fall of 2016. The following is a summary of Riding the Vortex XV at the […]


As in years past, one of my big projects this year was editing the magazine publications for the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). The Spring issue recapped the annual national conference in Indianapolis of Fall 2013, including the award winners and community service project. The Fall issue, themed Community + Design, highlighted projects and […]


As in years past, one of my big projects this year was editing the magazine publications for the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). The Spring issue recapped the annual national conference in Indianapolis of Fall 2013, including the award winners and community service project. The Fall issue, themed Community + Design, highlighted projects and […]


My latest editorial effort is now available. The Fall 2013 National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Magazine is Fitting Into the New Economy. The articles presented give stories and perspective on how today’s architects are weathering the storm. George Bandy, Jr. highlights USGBC’s expansion and opportunities created by a partnership with NOMA. Thalia Lewis sat […]


Modernist architecture with it’s simple lines can be a glorious thing to enjoy. Can you imagine getting to live in one the houses of that era? In May, I had the opportunity to tour the Rice house. The only International style house in Richmond, Va, the house was designed by Richard Neutra for the Ambassador […]


I was invited to expand a previously written post found here about NOMA and it’s importance on the organization’s 40th anniversary. This article was written for the American Planning Association (APA) Planning and the Black Community Division’s (PBCD) Winter newsletter which focused on social equity. You can download the entire newsletter here.


Woman at party says “I have seen your work.” I think jokingly “am I famous? are the paparazzi hunting me down?” At that party [tonight 9/24/2010] a few years ago, I was reminded of how small the circle of black women architects is. I was standing in a room of affordable housing/community development folks and […]


Architect Magazine has had a smattering of coverage on women in architecture over the last few months. 1) Double Whammy: Would there be more women in architecture if there were more women in development? 2) Spaces Through Gender It is great that more women are getting press. However I was really disappointed with the latest […]