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February 2nd, I fell on my arm and fractured my upper humorous. It wasnt very funny.
This is what a broken arm looks like on the outside.
It was too high to cast, so they just velcroed it to my waist and gave me an icepack. I made this face for about 3 weeks.
This is where it broke. Hurts like hell. Not a happy guy. Dont touch it!
Mural in a downtown Portland parking garage from 1982
Breaking this thing in
It’s getting taller everyday. This is really happening.
Baby shower at Fulton Market Kitchen
Fulton Market Kitchen Lounge
Fulton Market Kitchen
The suitcase bar
MR with a broken arm at Fulton Market Kitchen
Corn on the cobb today, is corn on the XXX tomorrow.
Like a ship sailing across the ocean.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House
Wilmot Ski resort in Wisconsin
I started Architects in schools. We used this image as a background to design an addition onto Buckman Elementary.
This is a house addition that I have worked on for a few months.
The plywood is where we added on.
Phase 2 has a workshop and an accessory dwelling unit right where I am standing.
The ever popular carpet at Portland International.
Street signs in Portland Oregon.
Family Dinner at Sepia in Chicago.
Little Dog in Forrest Park
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