Anne Gunn on floating-ball fountains; Janet Lennox Moyer on illuminating open spaces; Dan Moosman on bridges; David Tisherman on fine pool finishes.
Frank Bowman on using consultants; Bill Gullekson & Chris Doyle on cultural echoes in watershaping; Tory R. Zweigle on water walsl; Steve Sandalis on passion with ponds and streams.
Joan Roca on modernist design in the tropics; Steve Gutai on hydraulics for complex watershapes; Karl Nettmann on designing fire features; Colleen Holmes on balancing design and personality.
Claire Kahn Tuttle on the Columbus Cirle fountain; Randy & Martha Beard on the details of Mediterranean styling; Eric Herman on the Getty Villa.
Michael Nantz on designs for small spaces; Anthony Archer Wills on water clarity for ponds and streams; Skip Phillips on variable-speed pumps; Nate Reynolds on using acrylic panels.
Roger Hopkins on stone and water; Beth Hamil on ozone systems for animal exhibits; David Knox on optical tile designs; William N. Rowley on reviving a Julia Morgan classic.
Mark Holden on Spanish Colonial style; Paul L’Heureux & Douglas Duff on consumer-attracting watershapes; Cynthia & Gary Kinman on grand stage-setting.
John Cohen on client-oriented design; Ron Lacher on concrete step and bench failures; Judith Corona on using color theory; Steve Sandalis on stream and ponds on steep sites.
Dave Wooten on wave-making for Disney; John Mee on fog effects; Dale J. Evers on aquatic sculptures; David Tisherman on estate-scale design.
David Garton on dertialing ponds and streams; Robert Nonemaker on joining design teams; Maria Lynch Dumoulin on classic replications; George Forni on reviving a dying lake.
Dominic Shaw on culturally inspired design; Mark Holden & Donovan Brown on precise equipment pads; Steve Gutai on flows over weirs; David Tisherman on remodeling without demolition.
Ken Alperstein on working in protected environments; Eric Herman on aquatic therapy; Jeff Castle on floating stone objects; Colleen Holmes on playful design.