This is a little more "colorful" than I'm really comfortable with, but I can't take credit for the color. It was drawn for the July 2007 Wright e-news, but I couldn't come up with a caption (usually I have a caption in mind and then draw), so I decided to have a contest and ask readers to submit a caption. When I read the submittal from Las Vegas architect Jim Stroh, I knew we had a winner.
I had envisioned the dark spot on the left as a hole in the ground. Jim saw it differently.
Brent Wright is a structural engineer licensed in 39 states and also a former Nevada licensed general contractor. He is a father of 5, grandfather of 10, and a woodworking, gardening, and outdoor adventure enthusiast who has summitted some of the tallest peaks in the US, Africa, and South America. He regularly exercises the LEFT side of his brain as the CEO of Wright Engineers, a multi-discipline engineering firm with five offices in the western US that has been recognized both as one of the fastest growing engineering firms in the nation and as one of the nation's best firms to work for.
His love for drawing began at an early age, and creating cartoons for Wright Engineers’ monthly e-News gives him a chance to exercise more of the RIGHT side of his brain.