Charleston is one of the most historically significant cities in the United States. One of the prime attractions of Charleston is the spectacular array of historic buildings spanning a wide variety of architectural styles. From simple pre-Revolutionary–era dwellings to spectacular Italianate, Greek Revival, and Victorian homes, to colonial government buildings, to some of the oldest and most beautiful churches, Charleston’s architectural splendor is unparalleled in the United States. Glimpses of Charleston will appeal to travelers and armchair tourists alike, whether you are planning your next trip or looking for a memento to remember your last visit.
When not taking photos, David R. AvRutick has been the founding President of the American College of the Building Arts (the only college of its kind in the United States) and the President & CEO of Folbot (the oldest kayak manufacturer in North America), as well as holding senior management positions in other organizations in Charleston. Prior to moving to Charleston, he was a Senior Vice President at HarperCollins Publishers and a practicing attorney in New York City. Visit him at glimpsesofcharleston.com