KIDS IN SPACE: Documenting the child’s perspective of architectural design


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architect At only 19 months of age, Wyatt is still free of the socially constructed barriers we see all around us on a day-to-day basis as adults. Some of these pictures illustrate how the intuitive explorations of a child could certainly help designers critique these invisible barriers as superfluous (crawling in a small space) to necessary (toilet explorations). –Caleb Mulvena, Studio Mapos
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Limited Edition Prints Now on Sale

For some time now, people have been asking me about purchasing prints for home décor and as contemporary art for children’s rooms. I am delighted to announce that you may now purchase limited edition prints through my online print shop, with prints starting at just $40.00. Perfect for matting and framing, these images were carefully curated for display at home, in the office, and in the nursery. Collections rotate monthly, and prints are issued in editions of 15, so be sure to place your today in order to stake your claim on your favorites.

Click here to view the current collection.

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Holiday Cheer

Every year, I have the good fortune of helping families to spread holiday cheer by crafting portraits for their holiday cards. Below are a few of my favorites from 2010.

This triptych was a small tri-fold, and I thought the colors were so cheery! I also loved photographing Barney the dog.

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