Hidden Myanmar Photo Workshop
A tour itinerary for Photo Xpeditions, October 2014
"Yangon straddles the historical divide: A smattering of concrete and glass skyscrapers has sprung up among the crumbling colonial facades and magnificent centuries-old pagodas..."
Luxe and Serenity: A First-Class Trump Pairing
An article for Private Air Magazine, May 2014
"It is hardly inconspicuous. The Trump International Tower is the tallest residential building in Las Vegas, and is encased in 24-carat gold glass. But there's more to it than a flashy facade..."
Creativity Takes Flight
An article for Private Air Magazine, September 2013
"Designers specializing in this growing market are finding new ways to merge sophistication and comfort with functionality and safety, for beautiful environments 40,000 feet in the air..."
Blending In: Thailand’s Luxury Hotel Designs
An article for Private Air Magazine, May 2013
"The sun skirts the ocean's edge. The lingering light dances upon the water's surface, from infinite sea to infinity pool, until it eventually sinks, exhausted, beyond the crystal horizon..."
China: World Leaders in Business Travel
An article for Vertu Select, April 2013
"The United States has been sitting atop the business travel market leader board for some time - but a new contender may be about to take its throne. No prizes for guessing who..."
The World’s Best Airport Architecture
An article for Private Air Magazine, March 2013
"For the majority of the 20th century, airport terminals were built for function - safe, efficient and uninspiring buildings made to deliver people from road to runway. But that's changed..."
The Call of the Cayman Islands
An article for Private Air Magazine, December 2012
"The Cayman Islands might be best known as that off-shore tax haven, but regular visitors will attest that this charming corner of the Caribbean has far more to offer than fat cat financiers..."
Shenzhen: A Better Investment Than Hong Kong?
An article for Private Air Magazine, November 2012
"For more than half a century, Hong Kong has been a great economic powerhouse. Yet today there is a significant threat to its established global position - and it's coming from next door..."