New Mexico’s culture features the imprints of both ancient indigenous peoples and some of the earliest European settlements in North America. Today, New Mexico's population is 44% Hispanic, the highest of any state, and almost 11% Native American. Dr. Gavin Clarkson, the first tribal member to earn a doctorate from the Harvard Business School, is fluent [...]
We were honored to memorialize the historic meeting of the two chiefs of the Cherokee Nations when Eastern and Western Band leaders met at Chatsworth, Georgia for a ceremony to reconsecrate the burial grounds found at Springplace Mission that had been desecrated. The Vann House sat on a 1,000 acre plantation belonging to an early wealthy [...]
Our friends at the Grand Old Party were in need of a parade float for the 4th of July. So using more than a ton of block Styrofoam and a few volunteers, we crafted a 14 foot tall eagle and won the blue ribbon. Yes, it was the talk of the town!