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Jury for Professional Awards

Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA
Steve Oles is a practicing architect, teacher and architectural visualist. A graduate of Texas Tech and Yale Universities, he has taught at RISD, Yale, MIT and Harvard, where he was a Loeb Fellow in 1982. The following year he received an AIA Institute Honor for his work in design illustration. He is a co-founder of the America Society of Architectural Illustrators, and the author of two major books on drawing. In 1989 he was advanced to the AIA College of Fellows, which cited him as the "Dean of architectural illustrators in America".

In addition to his work in illustration, he has been since 1971 the principal of his own architectural firm, Interface Architects, which has been responsible for the design and construction of projects in the fields of housing for the elderly, energy-efficient residential design and bridge design - all were commissions won in regional competitions.

His most recently completed projects are two residences in Santa Fe, New Mexico--the latest, completed in 2011, a home for himself and his family.

Jed Morse
Chief Curator at Nasher Sculpture Center

Jed Morse received his B.A. with honors in art history in 1994 from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. Prior to receiving his M.A. in Modern Art History from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001, Morse served as curatorial intern at the National Museum of American Art (now Smithsonian American Art Museum) in Washington, D.C. and curatorial assistant at the Dallas Museum of Art. At the DMA, he helped organize a variety of major traveling exhibitions and assisted with their attendant catalogues, including Degas to Picasso: Painters, Sculptors, and the Camera and Henry Moore: Sculpting the 20th Century.

In 2002, Mr. Morse joined the staff of the Nasher Sculpture Center as Assistant Curator where he has organized, overseen, or assisted with numerous exhibitions, including Rodin to Calder: Masterworks of Modern Sculpture from the Nasher Collection (2003); Picasso: The Cubist Portraits of Fernande Olivier (2004); Medardo Rosso: Second Impressions (2004); Bodies Past and Present: The Figurative Tradition in the Nasher Collection (2004); an exhibition and corresponding international conference entitled Variable States: Appearance, Intention, and Interpretation in Modern Sculpture (2004); Frank Stella: Painting in Three Dimensions (2005); David Smith: Drawing and Sculpting (2005); Minimalism in the Nasher Collection (2005); The Women of Giacometti (2006); On Tour with Renzo Piano: Selected Projects from the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (2006); Matisse: Painter as Sculptor (2007) in collaboration with the DMA and the Baltimore Museum of Art; Woman: The Art of Gaston Lachaise (2007); Beyond the Grasp: Sculpture Transcending the Physical (2008); In Pursuit of the Masters: Stories from the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection (2008); George Segal: Street Scenes (2009); The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners (2009); Jaume Plensa: Genus and Species (2010); Revelation: The Art of James Magee (2010); Sculpture in the Age of Relativity: Manifestations of Space & Time in the Nasher Collection (2010); Sightings: Alyson Shotz (2010); Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: Form, Balance, Joy (2010); Sightings: Martin Creed (March 25 – August 21, 2011), Tony Cragg: Seeing Things (2011), Sightings: Diana Al-Hadid (2011), Sightings: Erick Swenson (2012), Ernesto Neto Cuddle on the Tightrope (2012), Rediscoveries: Modes of Making in Modern Sculpture (2012), Sightings: Eva Rothschild (2012), Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective (2013); Sightings: Nathan Mabry (2013); Katharina Grosse: WUNDERBLOCK (2013); as well as a study of ceramic sculpture circa World War II entitled Return to Earth: Ceramic Sculpture of Fontana, Melotti, Miró, Noguchi, and Picasso, 1943 – 1963 (2013), and Nasher XChange, an ambitious exhibition of art in the public realm commissioning 10 new works of art by 10 artists for 10 sites throughout the city of Dallas in celebration of the Nasher Sculpture Center’s 10th Anniversary.

In addition to his duties at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Mr. Morse has contributed to exhibition projects, such as Barcelona and Modernity: Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí (Cleveland Museum of Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2006), and has lectured widely on a variety of topics.

Brian Luenser
Born in 1956 in near Chicago. All my relatives lived in the big city. I fell in love with big buildings. Old and new. I went to Desoto High School near Dallas before going into the Navy in 1975 as an Intelligence Specialist and spent the next 4 years at Sea. Besides learning about military intelligence, I was trained in photography and photo lab work. (I had my own “Mini Lab” for highly sensitive photos in CVIC the Aircraft Carriers Intelligence Center.)

Honorably discharged from the Navy in 1979 and attended the University of Texas at Arlington majoring in Accounting. I was employed in Public Accounting in Fort Worth upon graduation and became a Certified Public Accountant in 1992. After about 8 years in public accounting, I went into Corporate Accounting which is where I remain today. In 1997 I co-founded a Water Filter Manufacturing Company called Aquasana. Though I sold most of my stock in 2009 to a Private Equity Group out of New York, I remain employed by the Company and am still have meaningful ownership. I love the business and sales are still rising quickly. We are located in Haltom City and Austin, Texas.

My wife and I bought a condo in Downtown Fort Worth in 2004. (on the 34th floor of The Tower) I can see (and photograph) East, North and West. We are on our 4th condo. All looking a different direction and I love each. My wife and I have been married 32 years. We never had any children.

I love Fort Worth for a great combination of beauty, history, weather and economic activity. My favorite thing about Fort Worth is that it has so many buildings that are original to the past. (Mostly the Teens and Twenties, my favorite eras.)

I have taken over 900,000 photos since 2009, mostly of architecture. My love for photography followed my love for architecture. Though I have no meaningful knowledge or education in architecture but it is just where my interest lies.

In 2013 I was named by Fort Worth Magazine as the best photographer. A real honor for me as I am not a professional photographer.

Jury for Student Awards

Stephan Hoffpauir
Since receiving a bachelor of architecture degree from Louisiana State University, Stephan Hoffpauir has worked as an architect, freelance illustrator and educator, and has served on the board of directors of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators. Examples of his work have appeared in numerous magazines and books including his own, Architectural Illustration in Watercolor. An article on his photorealist watercolor paintings appeared in the January, 2010 issue of American Artist magazine. He is currently represented by the Cole Pratt Gallery in New Orleans.

John Dollus
Since graduating from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 1991, John has enjoyed a career producing visuals for the architectural industry. After seeing a growing need for compelling ways to convey design ideas, John founded AniMagic Productions in 1997 with a focus on bringing storytelling and high production values from Hollywood to the architectural arena. Over his career, John has produced many hours of architectural animation that have received more than half a dozen national awards in the industry. As a Production Manager for StudioAMD beginning in 2007, notable projects have been screened at the annual SIGRRAPH conference in New Orleans and recognized at the Eureka! Computer Animation Film Festival in Orlando. With close to 20 years of experience in developing and producing architectural visualization projects for the architecture community, John enjoys sharing his experiences and has lectured frequently on the application of 3D techniques for groups such as the American Institute of Architects, Construction Specifications Institute and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America as well as several educational institutions. John currently works as a Visualization Specialist within the design department at Staffelbach and is based in Dallas, Texas.

Ian Stantiall
Ian Stantiall B Arch NZIA ASAI, AAAi – Principal at Stantiall’s Studio Ltd. Architectural Illustration Studio.

With his sketching and watercolour skills, combined with an inherent understanding of spatial concepts and the ability to effectively communicate design, the demand for Ian’s architectural renderings saw him change his career focus from Architect to Architectural illustration establishing Stantiall’s Studio, a niche Architectural illustration company, in 1999.

Ian has also enjoyed teaching architectural illustration at the School of Architecture at Victoria University in Wellington, promoting traditional techniques along side digital technology.

Ian has received numerous international awards and his work has been exhibited in the US, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

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