When I asked Tomm Coker how he became an illustrator, his answer was not a nostalgic wax backward, it was blunt and real. “I had my son at sixteen,” he looked at me. “You can’t live on pork ’n’ beans when you have a kid.” So right away I see the story. A … Continue reading Teen Dad, Dishwasher, Illustrator
Which of the two images below make you feel better? Why? In Real Estate all your clients are in a major life change. When our life is in flux, we use emotional perception to respond and navigate the transition, and all sellers and buyers are in a transition. We are by nature nesters and … Continue reading Is Staging Worth the Cost?
Every Monday Claudio Blotta looks for new labels and varietals to flesh out the wine lists in each of his three restaurants. Although Barbrix and All’Acqua are in Silver Lake, the tastings are held at his most recent venture in West Hollywood, Market Provisions. Basically, it’s a two hour cattle call, and the audition is Wine. Reps roll in with … Continue reading (A )ll’Acqua + (B )arbrix + (C )laudio = WINE
The only way I would leave the house I love, is to have a house created and built by the architect, Barbara Bestor. Architects turn a space into a feeling, and Bestor’s work always feels good. Her form fits the function, whether it’s a home, restaurant, office space, or a variation on these things like … Continue reading Best L.A. Architect: I Want What’s Best[or]
Simply put the calculated line by line cost of selling your house, and what you walk away with in the end.
“W E D O N’ T A L L O W W O M E N I N T O T H E A N I M A T I O N P R O G R A M – O N L Y M E N .” … Continue reading Alice Davis – Costume Designer