David C. Martin, a third-generation architect, continues his family's legacy of major involvement in the architectural planning and civic life of Southern California. Martin was Design Principal for AC Martin Partners, a 110-year old architecture firm founded by his grandfather and noted for its historic and contemporary landmark projects. He is currently on the Boards of the Los Angeles Conservancy, USC School of Architecture and the Art Center: College of Design in Pasadena. An award-winning designer, Martin has been recognised for his innovative, inspirational, and cutting-edge projects. Alongside former business partner and cousin Christopher C. Martin, he received the American Institute of Architecture (AIA), Los Angeles Chapter's Gold Medal of Honor, for their major contribution to the built environment in the City of Los Angeles. In addition, David is an avid watercolorist. His works have been exhibited throughout the U.S. David along with his wife, Mary Klaus Mart, have established MADWORKSHOP, a foundation that endows innovative designers with the opportunity to freely explore their ideas from inspiration to reality. Stephanie Woodard is a renowned journalist, twice-nominated for the Pulitzer prize. She writes on human rights and culture, with an emphasis on Native American issues. Her work has been published in Preservation, Saveur, and In These Times magazines, as well as on the Indian Country Today Media Network, billmoyers.com, NBCnews.com, and the Huffington Post, where she has a blog. Woodard has received awards and support from groups including the Fund for Investigative Journalism, the George Polk Center for Investigative Journalism, the Leonard C. Goodman Foundation, and the University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Journalism.