Garden Design magazine is seeking artists, landscape architects, and interior designers across the country to be part of a trusted group of experts who will give Garden Design readers tips and advice while receiving exposure in the magazine and online.
Garden Design mission statement is: "The future of the home: A new era in which the boundary between indoors and outdoors is erased, and nature is an integral part of sophisticated design. Every issue is a meeting place for a new generation of professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world who have an intimate connection to the natural environment and a distinctive sense of style.Garden Design looks at the home not as a mere showcase for material things, but as an ever-changing expression of the people who live in it."
If you are interested in being considered, contact Melissa Lukach, Garden Design Creative Services Director, at 212-219-7407 or email@example.com to receive the questionnaire forms required to apply. Forms and portfolio photo must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, January 10th.
Garden Design will review and notify selected Garden Design Advisory Board members the week of January 17th, 2011.
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