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Micchiche Photography on Linked In
Thanks to Mike Micchiche for his blog post about the portfolio work he did to document our work at Elon University. Great captures Mike and great to work with you!
"Garden is about to get its groove on," 2nd May, 2015. Gateway Gardens is not your typical public garden. It is a garden for whimsy and discovering something new.
Special Recognition Award for beautifully rendered maps of the Bicentennial Garden, Bog Garden and Greensboro Arboretum used to develop brochures, garden guides and signage for each of the public gardens.
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"Evergreen screen shows benefits of collaboration - Greensboro Beautiful would like to extend a very special thank you to Starmount Co. for funding the project with a major gift of $50,000; to Nancy Seay for her pro-bono landscape design; to the city manager's office for its leadership and to Parks and Rec."
JPC Courtyard: JPC Newsletter
"For generations to come, JPC will have a beautiful and delightfully symbolic entry garden…At the time the idea for the entry way was given to the session, Nancy Seay was serving as an elder. Nancy immediately put the ideas into a landscape design…"
"The St. Francis Episcopal Church Youth Group went on a mission trip to Grundy, Virginia…20 youths and 9 adult advisers went to the Mountain Mission School founded in 1921 as a refuge, school, home and spiritual community for poor children. The group converted a muddy and weed-filled patch of land into a prayer garden….the result is a blissful and holy place for the faculty and students of MMS to reflect upon the beauty of God's creation." The space was designed by Nancy Seay.