Skip Nav
The Real Housewives of Orange County
Heather Dubrow's Mansion Will Knock Your Manolos Off
DIY
6 Halloween Decor DIYs You Can Make in Less Than 10 Minutes
Tastemakers
How to Keep Your Fig Tree Fit as a Fiddle

Casa Verde: Cameron and Cameron Talk (and Walk) Green

I have yet to catch an episode of Sundance's Iconoclasts series, which pairs celebrities or leading innovators from two different industries to chat about their passions and creative processes. But, after seeing some clips of season four, which couples long-time environmental advocate Cameron Diaz and Architecture for Humanity cofounder Cameron
Sinclair, I think I've been wooed. This season, the series follows the two to New Orleans and Biloxi, MS, to take in the environmental impact of Hurricane Katrina. While Diaz may be an eco-conscious gal, she's not exactly an expert, so Sinclair, whose global organization works to find sustainable architectural solutions to humanitarian crises, is really the force in this pairing. It's refreshing to see him getting some face time and interesting to hear his perspective on an environment which has been so monumentally devastated.

To see a clip of this show,

.

I'm curious now if anyone over at Sundance has a personal connection to New Orleans and a strong interest in architecture. If you remember, the network also has a series called Architecture School, which follows a group of students from Tulane University's prestigious School of Architecture as they compete for the chance to design an affordable home in Katrina-devastated New Orleans. Regardless, I'm happy to see that both Sinclair and the city of New Orleans are receiving some attention.

Source

Benji Madden Birthday Message For Cameron Diaz 2017
Morning Rituals For Wellness
Cameron Diaz Through the Years Pictures
Cameron Diaz Explains Her Absence From Hollywood
From Our Partners
Latest Home & Garden
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds