Detroit Design AwardsDesign Awards 2011 – JudgesBy Detroit Home Editorial3930Facebook Pinterest Email 2011 Design AwardsJudges | Details | Exteriors | Interiors | HomesRising Star | Reader’s Choice Editor, St. Louis Magazine’s At Home – Marshall joined St. Louis Magazine in 2004 after stints in Chicago (where she worked at Advertising Age), Dallas, and New York. The St. Louis native has worked at other shelter publications as well. Principal, Stephen Chung, Architect, Boston – Chung’s studio focuses on small to mid-size residential and hospitality project. He recently was named one of Metropolitan Home’s “Rising Stars.” Before having his own studio, Chung was design director of Urbanica. He has taught at Syracuse, Cornell, and the Rhode Island School of Design. Design Consultant, Canterbury Design, Morristown, N.J. – Dove has designed kitchens in the United States and Europe. After working for a Colorado kitchen-design firm, Dove returned to his home state of New Jersey. He has appeared on HGTV’s Kitchen Trends. Founder, Lisa Wolfe Design, Chicago – Wolfe works primarily in Chicago, but has clients from Miami to Michigan and California. After nearly a decade working for international advertising agencies, she hung up her account director’s hat and followed her heart to the design world. Editorial director, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles – In addition to his publication work, Smith has made numerous TV appearances on matters of style and design, including on DirecTV’s Resort & Residence network. In 2006, he was awarded the Media Award from the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Georgia Chapter. Architect, Alterstudio Architects, Austin, Texas – In addition to running his company, Alter teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in design, construction, and theory at the University of Texas at Austin. The editor of several books, Alter has written for Architecture and other publications. Founder, De Giulio Kitchen Design, Chicago – On top of directing two showrooms in Chicago, De Giulio designed several product lines for the German-based SieMatic Corp. and was commissioned by Kallista (a Kohler company) to design products. De Giulio’s first book, Kitchen Centric, was published last year by Balcony Press. Editor, Local Living section, The Washington Post – Seymour helms a section that covers decorating and design, gardening, fitness and nutrition, and parenting. She was also editor of The Post’s Home section. Seymour has worked as a reporter at The Post, the Los Angeles Times, and The Detroit News.