Portfolio Naples August/September 2017 - Page 11

ON THE COVER: JEFF WALDORFF ADVERTISING / EDITORIAL INFORMATION Contact: Bill Hemmer Direct: 706-717-1184 Email: hemmer@hemc.net www.PortfolioMagazineNaples.com PORTFOLIO ONLINE: PORTFOLIOMAGAZINENAPLES.COM Visit the Portfolio website and view previous issues of Portfolio on your tablet, smartphone or computer. Check out our latest advertisers and learn more about the magazine. 18 OVER EARTH AND OCEAN 30 NAPLES WINTER WINE FESTIVAL e Naples Winter Wine Festival is pleased to announce that Chef de Cuisine Gary Danko, of Michelin-starred Restaurant Gary Danko, and Honored Vintners David R. Duncan and Karynne Duncan MD, of Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars, will headline the 2018 Festival on January 26 - 28 at e Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples. e premier event will bring together renowned vintners and chefs with wine enthusiasts and philanthropists for a three-day Festival themed “All We Need is Love” in order to raise millions of dollars for underprivileged and at-risk children. 36 PIER OBSERVATIONS FROM PHOTOGRAPHER: HARRY DE ZITTER 50 TIMELESS, AN MHK STORY By definition, the word “timeless” can mean many things to an architect. But what stands out in its underlying meaning is the emotional connection to a space in time that remains constant no matter what the current trend. Timelessness, in its purest form is a transportation of the senses into a particular world that defies everyday living by illuminating the exclusivity of an era and taking you there–or reinventing it–fearlessly. 60 MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN Situated on 3.8 square miles at the intersection of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, Mackinac Island may be small, but its significance is huge. e entire island is a National Historic Landmark, with more than 80% preserved as the Mackinac Island State Park. 68 STEP SMART COLLIER: PARTNERING FOR PREVENTION 74 1/2 BACK GALLERY FEATURING PHOTOGRAPHER RANDALL SANGER Portfolio Magazine highlights the beautiful scenery of the Blue Ridge. Southwest Florida residents have traveled to these cool mountains to escape the summer heat and return often to view the fall foliage, take back a fresh cut fraser fir for the Holidays or perhaps catch an early snow fall. Photo opposite page: Lorri Freedman PORTFOLIO MAGAZINE 9