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Roe Osborn has worked in home building related fields since 1980, and became a Senior Editor for JLC in May of 2013. He specializes in architectural photography and has written two books published by Taunton Press: Framing a House (2010) and Finishing a House (2012). In his spare time, Roe plays bass and sings in several bands, and he creates abstract sculpture. You can see samples of his work at www.capecreative.com.
Printing a house, I wonder what the local code official and the historical commission would have to say about THAT!
For many folks who live out here, showering outdoors is a cherished experience from Spring until the first hard freeze, and I have literally been counting the days up to today.
For a very minimal down payment, I will have a low fixed price per kWh for the next 20 years—basically renting the sun.
Savvy builders embrace the changes that will make their houses perform better and be more durable.
In my fifteen years as a carpenter, I know that I struggled to keep myself warm working outside in the cold weather.
In photography, "Bracketing" is taking a series of the same picture, but changing some aspect of the photo such as exposure, or the zoom angle of the lens as you progress through.
Letting creativity play an active role in your life will only enhance your ability to think creatively in your everyday work.
I discovered one of the most dynamic and energetic groups of like-minded business people I’d ever encountered.
My New Year’s resolution for 2014 — besides writing a blog entry every week — is to finish the studio/gallery in my barn in time for Spring.
My local builders association teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod to build one house in one week, an ambitious goal for any group. I was initially interested in swinging a hammer with the team, but they quickly recruited me to photograph the process.
A small porch replacement job calls for cantilevered framing and curved decking
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