Within the United States I have undertaken projects in the following cities:, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Tampa, Gainesville, Pensacola, Nashville, Baton Rouge, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.

International project locations include: Hong Kong, Ecuador, Mexico, Grenada, St. Kitts, Dominica, and the Bahamas.

Planning for projects that have not yet been implemented include locations in: Belize, Antigua, Barbados, Eleuthera, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Indonesia.

One might reasonably ask how I have accomplished so many projects in such widely separated locations. The answer is efficient scheduling. Most projects are undertaken sequentially. I minimize cost by utilizing local themes, materials, and labor, and insure aesthetic excellence by personally supervising the sculptural details of each project.

Please see Gallery of selected projects, and Projects by type for examples of my work.

< Crowne Plaza Hotel,

Rockville, MD (Washington, DC)

A view of the atrium falls from the lobby. This massive project, only half of which is visible in the photo, was constructed entirely by hand due to site access problems which precluded the use of heavy equipment.

Aberdeen Marina Club >

Hong Kong, China

A view of the club from the top of the falls. Bruce J. Morgan provided conceptual design for the pool, and construction supervision services for the extensive rockwork and falls.

< Embassy Suites Hotel,

San Francisco, south airport location

Interior landscape by Bruce J. Morgan

Fort Young Hotel >

Dominica, West Indies

A view of the top of the waterfall from the battlement of the Fort, looking toward the restaurant, with the cruise ship terminal in the distance.

< Marriott Hotel,

Quito, Ecuador, South America

An overview of the pool as seen from the lobby bar

Park Suite Hotel >

Nashville, Tennessee

A balcony view of the atrium restaurant, and a guest enjoying the tropical ambience.

< Coco Cay, Berry Islands,

The Bahamas

The task: to transform a one mile long uninhabited desert island into a world class resort for a major cruise line while respecting the fragile island ecology.