Photo Friday

This week, I’m checking in on how everyone is doing meeting their New Year’s resolutions, particularly, “This year, I’m going to exercise more.”  Before we begin, I will agree that it can be hard, really hard, but a resolution is a promise to the self, and after...
I have come close, but have never actually been present for a home reveal—that magic moment when a family opens the door and steps into their new home surrounded by the somewhat anxious team of designers, builders and crafts people who have done their all to make...
Park City is just quieting down now that the visitors in trendy fashions and sometimes impractical shoes have gone home with memories of their Sundance experience just in time for the Oscar awards this weekend. With so much attention on films, my sharing this week is on films and the...
People talk about their holiday plans as an intention to really have time to gather together with family and friends and to connect. I have to say I agree. Not only are our dear ones more dispersed geographically, but demands on everyone’s time has grown and no...
It’s a sign that I have had too much winter when I start reminiscing about summer time and nostalgically remembering my trip to the lakeside enclave in the Northwoods just below Lake Superior. Architect Hank Louis (Gigaplex, Park City) designed this summer home...
This marks a long holiday weekend preceded by a new layer of fresh snow. Thinking about a long weekend, I would enjoy spending three days in this recently completed home in Promontory, and it would take that much time to fully explore and appreciate its thoughtful detailing,...
Proving that Salt Lake City’s Central 9th District is the place to be, Infinite Scale Design Group, an assemblage of interdisciplinary creative professionals focusing on designs for sports, established their national headquarters on a prominent corner of this emerging commercial and residential district just south of downtown...
Park City’s mining history is perhaps most evident looking at the small wood-framed miners’ homes on Rossi Hill overlooking Main Street along Deer Valley Drive. I was an early arrival to Park City just as it was transitioning from a town with closed mines to a brand...
Browsing through my files for some holiday homes to inspire you, I found myself humming in my best Perry Como imitation, “There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays.” One of the things I find joy in at the...
Every town has landmarks—they offer a strong sense of place and serve as reference points for giving directions. When I arrived in Park City, directions started from the Kimball Garage, an auto service garage with gas pumps, and later the Kimball Art Center took over the garage...