Worth Magazine- High Camp Styles, Nov. 2002, Competing Visions of the Classic Adirondack Style Residence.  Pages 8 and 50.

Adirondack Camps - Homes Away From Home, 1850-1950, Craig Gilborn, The Adirondack Museum and Syracuse University Press, 2000.

Adirondack Style, Pages 36, 39, 44, 45, 69, 78, 81, 106, 107, 123, Ann Stillman O’Leary, Clarkson Potter Publishers, 1998.

The New York Times, “Out-Twigging The Neighbors- In the Adirondacks, Great Camps Are Sprouting Again,” Patricia Leigh Brown, October 23, 1997; syndicated to the The Washington Post, The LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Cleveland Plain Dealer & Atlanta Journal- Constitution.

The Old Forge Arts Center, ‘Adirondack Architects”, June 1996

Saranac Lake Free Library, “Saranac Lake Architects”, August 1994 

Restoration of Moodie Cottage at The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, NY for rustic-furniture exhibit: Adirondack Life Magazine, Dec.1987, Arts and Antiques Magazine, summer 1987, Fine Woodworking Magazine, Sept. 1987. Adirondack Furniture, by Craig Gilborn, 1987 and Rustic Traditions, by Ralph Kylloe 1998.

Henderson Residence on Upper Saranac Lake in Tupper Lake, NY, a private residence in the Adirondack “Great Camp” Tradition: Adirondack Life Magazine, Sept. 1988.

The Boardroom of the former Saranac Lake Federal Savings and Loan Association Building, now the Adirondack Bank Building, Saranac Lake, NY  Sweet Catalog, 08200/NAT, 1988

Tobey Residence on Lake George in Hague, New York- a private residence in the Adirondack Great Camp Tradition: WCFE Public Broadcasting, Summer of 1989, Adirondack Life Magazine, Special Collector Issue: 1998-1999 and Rustic Traditions, by Ralph Kylloe, 1998.

Weatherup Adirondack Residence-  Three Timbers at Bay Pond Park, Paul Smiths, NY, a private residence in the Adirondack Great Camp Tradition: Smithsonian National Associates Program- Great Camps Of The Adirondacks Study Program/Tour- 1992, from the Smithsonian Institution Architectural Programs, 1100 Jefferson Drive S.W., Washington, D.C. 20560 and Adirondack Life Magazine, Special Collectors Issue: 1998- 1999.

Bouquet River Elderly Housing, Elizabethtown, NY- 12 unit elderly housing project constructed as 1st phase of a master plan for a 14 area parcel to include recreational craft instruction facilities, meeting, dining, museum & additional housing spaces.  The project was featured with other notable elderly housing designs, in Affordable Housing Design for Rural New York, by Nora Richter Greer and Elena M. Moreno, 1993.

Above photos of projects completed as Project Architect at Wareham-DeLair-Architects. See publications for photography credits.



Opening Ceremonies Of The National Building Museum, Washington, DC, Architectural Drawing Lobby Display, The Brick Watertower, Paxton, Illinois HABS Rendering, 1984.

Library of Congress Archives- Prints and Photography Division, Washington, DC 20540, Historic American Buildings Survey Drawings, 20 record drawings- hand drafted ink on mylar, of Washington Park in Quincy, Illinois and The Brick Watertower in Paxton, Illinois.

Washington Park In Quincy, Illinois- A University of Illinois Case Study In Recording Historic Buildings, The Graham Foundation For Advanced Studies In Fine Arts, University Of Illinois Press, Board of Regents, 1983.



Academic Honors

- Inducted into the Illinois Chapter of The Gargoyle Society- The Architectural Honor Society, 1983.

- 1983 James M. White Prize for Professional Development.

- Honorable Mention 1983 Charles Peterson/ HABS Measured Drawing Competition of the National Trust   for Historic Preservation (two citations) – U.S. Library Of Congress Collections

- 1982 Rexford Newcomb Award- Architectural History of Preservation.

- 1982 Edward C. Earl Prize for Excellence In Architectural Design.