MEDIA

Through my work at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, I frequently serve as an on-air expert to help explain architecture and architectural history issues.

 

 A forthcoming documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright's Emil Bach House (Chicago, 1915)

A forthcoming documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright's Emil Bach House (Chicago, 1915)

"The Unsung Hero of Urban Planning Who Made It Easy to Get Around Chicago," Curious City, WBEZ Chicago Public Radio (5/2015)

"Impossible Engineering: Skyscrapers and Trains," Science Channel / Discovery Channel / Twofour Group (4/2015)

"Building Skyscrapers on Chicago's Swampy Soil," Curious City, WBEZ Chicago Public Radio (3/2015)

"What Would Chicago Be Like Without the Great Chicago Fire?," Curious City, WBEZ Chicago Public Radio (10/2014)

"The Tale of the Two Flat: The Most Interesting Building in Chicago," Curious City, WBEZ Chicago Public Radio (8/2014)

"Battle of the High Rises: Which Tower Is America's Tallest?," CBS This Morning (11/2013)

"Chicago's architectural legacy and the work of CAF," National Endowment for the Arts (8/2013)

"Love Under Fire: The Story of Bertha and Potter Palmer," Corn Bred Films (3/2013) 

“Hidden Chicago 2: Building Ornamentation,” WTTW Chicago Public Media (12/2009)

“Chicago Skyscrapers: Midwest USA Edition,” PBS Globe Trekker, Pilot Guides (7/2005)

“Chicago’s Century of Progress World’s Fair,” 848 News Magazine, WBEZ Chicago Public Radio (10/2004)

 

SELECTED PRESS

Architect, "AIA Collaborative Achievement Awards Celebrated" (6/2013)

Architectural Record, “New Textbook Turns the Page on Drafting” (4/2008)

Architect, “Book Smart” (11/2007)

Dwell, “Green High” (10/2007)

Chicago Tribune, “Team Builds a Better Book: Experts, Students, Schools Join Up for Architecture Text” (10/2007)

Metropolis, “Back on Track” (11/2005)