Jurors

Katie Shorey

Katie Shorey

Katie Shorey is president and chairwoman of Startup Maine, an organization that serves as a convener, educator and accelerator of the Maine startup community. For her day job, Katie works for People’s United Bank where she focuses on community and business development. Prior to joining the bank, Katie worked in Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA, in various consulting roles. She is active in economic development initiatives to help foster innovation and entrepreneurship. She serves on the advisory board of Maine Accelerates Growth and sits on the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce’s advocacy committee. Katie attended St. Lawrence University and Fryeburg Academy, and now resides in Westbrook.

Caitlin Cameron

Caitlin Cameron

Caitlin Cameron has been the Urban Designer for the City of Portland Planning Division since 2013. Recent projects and responsibilities include project manager for the Congress Square Redesign, India Street Neighborhood Plan and Form-based Code, managing on-going development design review, and staffing the Public Art Committee. Her previous experience is in architecture which she practiced in private firms and as a volunteer with Architecture for Humanity San Francisco Chapter. Caitlin has a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and a Master in City Planning from MIT. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, Associate of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Accredited Professional.

Danielle Devine

Danielle Devine

Danielle Devine is the editor of Maine Home+Design magazine. Devine has been writing for, editing, and managing art, design, and architecture magazines for the past 13 years. She lives in Portland with her husband, two daughters, and dog, Merlin.

John Peterson

John Peterson

John Peterson is an architect, educator, and activist. He is the Curator of the Loeb Fellowship and a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He founded the nonprofit, Public Architecture and the architectural firm, Peterson Architects. Public Architecture’s work has been showcased at the Venice Biennale, MoMA, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Benaki Museum in Athens, and was the subject of a Harvard Business School case study. Public Architecture’s 1+ program challenges architecture and design firms to pledge a minimum of 1% of their time in pro bono services to nonprofits in need and has attracted participation from over 1,600 firms nationwide.

Ethan Boxer-Macomber

Ethan Boxer-Macomber

Ethan Boxer-Macomber is principal of Anew Development, a Portland-based real estate development company that he founded in 2013. Anew Development partners with for-profit companies and non-profit organizations to plan and implement high quality, sustainable, and community focused residential, commercial and mixed-use developments in communities across Southern Maine. Ethan pairs his training and experience in the areas of real estate development, urban design, land use planning, and housing and community development with a creative, collaborative, and community-minded approach to achieve highest value project outcomes.

Kate Anker

Kate Anker

Kate Anker has lived in Maine since 1999 after growing up in the midwestern plains of Minnesota. Anker graduated St. Olaf College double majoring in Studio Arts and Asian Studies with focuses in printmaking and Japanese language. During school she studied at Kansai Gaidai in Osaka, Japan, Cape Town University South Africa and after college, apprenticed under Master Potter Richard Bresnahan. Later, she worked in a book binding warehouse in Minneapolis as well as the Center for the Book Arts. She moved to Maine for a summer as bookbinder & letterpress apprentice, and after deciding to stay, ran a restoration & fine edition bookbinding service/wholesale business from 3 studios, an apartment and a basement for the next 5 years. After marrying husband Aaron Anker and having their first daughter, Anker joined Running With Scissors, a 12 person art studio community in 2006, then purchased it in 2011. Now serving over 70 full time artists with private studios, woodshop, print shop, clay center, equipment, workspace, and gallery, she brings her love and curiosity of place and people to this ever evolving and creative process of creative community placemaking. She continues to look for creative solutions to problems and ways to connect and grow with her community.

Earle Shettleworth

Earl Shettleworth

Earle Shettleworth has lectured and written extensively on Maine history and architecture. The Maine Historical Society’s auditorium in Portland was named for him in 1999. In 2004 Governor John E. Baldacci appointed him as State Historian, and he was reappointed to a second term by Governor Baldacci in 2008 and to a third term by Governor LePage in 2014.

Shettleworth’s elected and appointed positions include president of the Maine Historical Society (1977-79), president of the New England Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians (1995-98), chair of the State House and Capitol Park Commission (1988-2015), chair of the Capitol Planning Commission (1998- ), and chair of the Blaine House Commission (2004-2015). He served on the Maine Lighthouse Selection Committee in 1997-98 and the State Facilities Master Plan Commission in 1999.