I have written six books on fashion history and one on interior design history. I am in the process of writing and collaborating on several other books.
Around 1997, I began to do historical research in the Pittsylvania County area. I also assisted in the mapping of the Pittsylvania County Clerk's Office, which is a valuable tool for all researchers who visit the courthouse.
I was editor for the Pittyslvania Historical Society's quarterly, The Pittsylvania Packet, from the fall of 2002 until the winter of 2013.
I became interested in architecture due to living in a historic home. Several years ago, I decided to start writing about the architectural and interior designs topics that I have learned about, and to begin offering architectural and interior design research assistance to clients. In addition to writing for this website on architecture and interior design, I have co-written some of the articles on the historic homes and people of Chatham.
As before mentioned, I was editor of the Pittsylvania Packet for over a decade. I prepared the 44-page 2000 Chatham Horse Show program, and have been involved with the editing, preparation, and cover design of many volumes in Patricia B. Mitchell's Inkling Series on Foodhistory.
I have worked on projects that involved:
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