Monday, October 19, 2009

November Vogue

October seems to be a big month for me as far as publications go. In addition to last week's article about the Anne Frank Center, this month's Vogue includes a profile of my boss, by Hamish Bowles. The article is a great snapshot of her design philosophy and may give readers a better idea of what kind of work I do.

I'm mostly excited about this because the illustration of the garden site plan was rendered by me!


Scans of the complete article follow below, in case you'd like to read it.











5 comments:

Lexanne said...

Holy cow! I saw the article and the only thing that stood out for me was the garden rendering! I'm not big on that type of landscaping - kind of romantic and billowy (well, thats what you feel when you don't like plants much) but the rendering was so lovely and evocative that I kept coming back to it. Love the impression of woodland encroaching on (or being held in abeyance by) the geometry of the garden. Just perfect.

Scott & Liz said...

Jennifer, Very cool, an L.A. getting in Vogue.
Scott

flowergardengirl said...

Congratulations and what an accomplishment. It is very lovely.

Welcome to blotanical.com

Anonymous said...

Gosh, I just emailed a bunch of friends, this is really nice and I bet good for business. Vogue was all about gardening. Very in vogue.

Ms said...

Jennifer, this is a great blog. I wouldn't have thought to see such a lengthy garden story in Vogue. I went out and bought the November Vogue to keep it for future reference. It did crack me up that they devoted so much of the final pages to trendy "voguest" fashion for the "gardenista".

Love the blog.