My year in review:
I was invited to Brizo Fashion Week:
I took part in a live TweetChat at KBIS:
(photo courtesy of kbtribechat on facebook)
As President-Elect of our chapter, I attended Neo-Con and ASID Leadership Conference:
myself with current President, Crystal Arreola
I won a design award in the ASID Intermountain annual design competition:
Other firsts for the year:
- I have an intern, Brittany, who has already been a huge help!
- I've started guest blogging twice a month for Utah Style & Design!
In 2012 I was fortunate to be a part of some amazing projects:
We made progress in the Park City condo. Note that my client has made this project a hobby, where we have fun with the design & selection of every individual item, one piece at a time. This year we designed a custom dining hutch, dining table, entry bench, bedroom set, and living room rug. And we finally ordered / installed the dining light fixture.
I designed and furnished the custom cabinetry in an amazing home in Deer Valley. Full project photos will come later, but in the meantime, here are a couple details I took while visiting the site:
You already saw the big transformation that took place in this kitchen remodel:
And you saw the photos from this kitchen project:
I did a beautiful bathroom project using this seamless tub (more photos to follow):
And I have several other projects under way - I'll be sure to include finished photos once I have them!
And then, because one of my main goals for 2012 was to focus on work-life balance, I've had some wonderfully fun (non-work) experiences with my husband, family, and friends:
Hiked to Jackal Hut in Colorado with friends
First ever backpacking trip
spent a week in camping & hiking in Southern Utah / Grand Canyon with in-laws
Little Red Century Ride
Hiked Deseret Peak
Anniversary biking - Mid Mountain Trail in Park City
Rabbit Valley camping & mountain biking
Just this week - skiing on Christmas Day
2012 was a year full of new things and learned lessons. I hope you all can take the chance to reflect on everything you've learned in 2012, and to use it to make 2013 even better.
Happy New Year from enzy design!