Blair’s passion is leveraging new technology, the network, and the built environment to innovate transformative spaces encompassing museum exhibit galleries, new corporate workspaces, and first-of-their-kind theatres and planetariums. Speaking many project languages, from architecture to museums, Blair quickly adapts to his clients’ needs and is eager to leave his mark on the world with each revolutionary public, research, and corporate space he envisions.
Among the Greek Islands, Blair and his wife built a vacation home. Coming from the UK, oranges are not a commodity, so each winter they eagerly visit Greece to harvest their garden that is full of orange trees and make fresh marmalade. Along with different orange varieties in the garden, they also enjoy lemon, fig, and olive trees.
While Blair owns many fancy cameras, he only travels with his trusty old Nikon. For Blair, photography and travel go hand-in-hand, and in turn, Blair’s work and pleasure tend to revolve around traveling. This allows him to artfully document his explorations including a trip to Havana, Cuba, where he shot his photography dissertation.