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Annapolis T H E FA C E S O F

Guide to Leading Professionals

INSIDE:

VISITOR’S GUIDE TO HISTORIC HOMES & GARDENS


The business and professional profiles in Faces of Annapolis are paid content. Faces is produced by Taylor-Haywood Media, which also publishes Annapolis Home Magazine. Visit annapolishomemag.com. To inquire about Faces 2019, please contact robert@annapolishomemag.com or call 443.942.3927.


WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE 2018 FACES OF ANNAPOLIS We created Faces of Annapolis to celebrate professionals and business owners who play a central role in leading and shaping our city. As you meet them through their stories, you will find that many are pillars of our community. They strengthen our economy and, most of all, strive to provide quality services with great pride, creativity and care. Along with Faces of Annapolis, we have also included for you a complete Visitor’s Guide to the historic homes and gardens of Annapolis. (We had to include the Thomas Point Lighthouse, too).

Save this Guide and share the cultural riches of Annapolis with your guests and friends. Enjoy Faces of Annapolis and the wonderful city we call home. Robert Haywood and Kymberly Taylor Publishers

Cover and Inside Cover Photography: Alison Harbaugh, Sugar Farm Productions


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AESTHETIC LASERS

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Amy Fleming, PA-C is a duly Board Certified Physician Assistant who found her passion and true calling in the field of aesthetic dermatology which she practices at ProMD Health. Amy has over 24 years of experience in the medical field and has perfected her craft with skill and artistry while listening to her patients’ desires and expectations. Over a decade ago Amy became inspired to focus solely on aesthetics after being a consumer herself. Her medical expertise combined with her experience being in the treatment chair herself makes her a passionate provider who understands just what it takes to Look and Feel Younger. She believes that gaining trust and building relationships are the foundation to having success and she treats every face and body with care as if it were her own. Amy is a leading member and the Director of Aesthetic Provider training for the medical team at ProMD Health. She works tirelessly specializing in both helping patients look younger on the outside with her aesthetic treatments and feel younger on the inside with

her knowledge of hormone optimization and interventional endocrinology. Her diligence and consistent practice have earned her many honors such as being hailed as an Expert Injector, National Trainer, Leading Educator, and Laser specialist by big names in the field such as Allergan, Galderma, Sciton and several others. Amy believes that everyone is unique and has their own vision around what it takes to feel beautiful, healthy, and confident. Her greatest joy comes from helping people achieve that vision. When not at ProMD Health you can find Amy on the local baseball fields watching her two boys play ball, or out having dinner downtown with her husband and friends. Some local favorites are Vin 909 and Tsunami. She encourages you to stop her and say hello sometime, she loves getting to know her clients and neighbors. “I am rewarded every day when a patient looks in the mirror and loves what I have done, or they tear up because I improved something that has bothered them for years. I say to myself, this is why I love my job, this is what I am meant to do.” -Amy Fleming, PA-C


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B O TO X & D E R M A L F I L L E R S

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George O. Gavrila, M.D., is a University of Maryland-trained physician whose practice, ProMD Health, caters to patients seeking the latest in cosmetic dermatology and hormone optimization. A recognized ExpertInjector™ and an experienced national physician instructor, Dr. Gavrila understands that personal fulfillment comes from both rejuvenating one’s appearance and regaining one’s confidence. He has dedicated his life to fulfilling these wishes for his patients by specializing in a myriad of cosmetic procedures such as pain-free BOTOX®, nonsurgical facelifts, and transformational laser treatments. He always delivers an elegant, noninvasive approach to restoring an individual’s youth and vitality. When he’s not practicing his artistry, you may run into Dr. Gavrila and his French bulldog, Cru, around their favorite haunts in downtown Annapolis, such as Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen and Osteria 177. He encourages you to stop him around town for a quick hello as he is very excited to meet his new neighbors. Believing in the Annapolitan tradition of service to others, Dr. Gavrila has made service a key part

of ProMD Health’s mission—regularly supporting many charities such as the House of Ruth and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Dr. Gavrila’s favorite quote is, “He who dares to teach, must never cease to learn.” In that spirit he is a member of numerous professional societies, including The American Academy of AntiAging Medicine (A4M), the American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE), the Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG) and the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery (ASLMS). Through his open mindset and vast experience, Dr. Gavrila has earned the most prestigious statuses offered in his field: Black Diamond BOTOX® & JUVEDERM® injector, Presidential Champion Dysport® and Restylane® injector, and Bella Diamond Bellafill® injector. Dr. Gavrila is proud to be the only provider in the Annapolis area certified to offer the elite Y LIFT® procedure, as seen on The Dr. Oz Show and appearing in The New York Times. Instagram: @ProMDHealth | Facebook: ProMD Health


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COSMETIC DENTISTRY

DR. BRIAN VALLE, DDS

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Dr. Brian Valle opened his private practice in the Severna Park/Millersville area in 1989 with a simple mission: to provide professional, top-notch dentistry with a personal touch. A lifelong Maryland resident who was born and raised in Arnold, Dr. Valle earned his undergraduate degree from Loyola University in Baltimore and his dental degree from the University of Maryland Dental School. Dr. Valle believes the main factor in his success has been his dedication to staying on top of the advancements in modern dentistry. He’s devoted much time to studying advanced cosmetic dental techniques including implants, crowns, porcelain veneers, bonding, Invisilign®, and other functionally-related cosmetic technologies. A graduate of the Kois Center for Dental Advancement in Seattle, Washington, Dr. Valle has reached Mentor status and teaches and assists other dental professionals. Locally he spends time at the Stanton Center volunteering dental care for the underprivileged. Creating a warm and comforting environment is the goal of Dr. Valle and his staff—many who have been with the practice for over a decade. This year, Dr. Valle’s oldest daughter Brenna will join the practice upon her graduation from dental hygiene school. Dr. Valle and his staff welcome new patients and accept a variety of dental insurance plans.


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INTERIOR DESIGN

ARLENE CRITZOS

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Design visions are a way of life for Arlene Critzos, founder and president of Interior Concepts. She holds a bachelor’s degree in design from Mount Vernon College. She also has Foreign Study League art degrees in the decorative arts from the University of Rome, Norwich College of Art in the Netherlands, and St. Gabriel’s College in London. When Arlene founded Interior Concepts in 1979, she quickly realized that by broadening the design capabilities of her company, she and her staff could work in multiple creative paths. This approach allows Arlene and her highly talented and tenured senior design group to create and complete work in the most professional manner. Interior Concepts creates a broad spectrum of wellappointed designs, including family homes, beach homes, mountain retreats, large flats, and estates in some of the most prestigious addresses. Arlene’s most recent accomplishment was designing the Vice President’s residence at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. Arlene and her associates at Interior Concepts have worked in the U.S., England, Spain, the Middle East, Malaysia and China. Arlene has been published in numerous national and local magazines and books. Now in its 39th year, Interior Concepts has grown into a full service, multi-tiered, award-winning design firm with 50 employees, a 50,000-square-foot warehouse, its own delivery service and a top tier roster of clients.


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O RT H O P E D I C S U R G E R Y

DR. JUSTIN L. CASHMAN III, MD, MBA

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Dr. Justin Cashman has experienced orthopedics as an athlete, treating surgeon, and patient. He founded Performance Orthopedics, a patientcentered, subspecialty orthopedic practice that offers the expertise of his training, his ability to listen, and other ancillary services integral to patient recovery. Dr. Cashman operates at Surgery Center of Annapolis, an ambulatory surgery center located next door to his practice—fulfilling his vision of a “one-stop shop” for high-quality orthopedic care. Dr. Cashman completed his orthopedic training at Emory University in Atlanta. He performed two subspecialty orthopedic fellowships in foot and ankle surgery. At the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, AL, he treated sports medicine injuries for some of the nation’s elite-level athletes. At Emory University, he concentrated on traumatic foot and ankle reconstruction while serving as an orthopedic

trauma surgeon at Grady Memorial Hospital, a Level I trauma center. Dr. Cashman earned his biochemistry degree from the University of Virginia and his medical degree from George Washington University. He recently attained his MBA from George Washington University, where he was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the business school academic honor society. Dr. Cashman is Board-certified in orthopedic surgery, and a member of multiple orthopedic societies. He is a Paul Harris Fellow in The Annapolis Rotary Club, a Leadership Anne Arundel graduate, and is involved with several nonprofit charities and multiple youth sports activities—often coaching his children’s sports teams. He also participates in many national and international open water swim competitions. Dr. Justin Cashman truly exemplifies the face of orthopedic surgery.


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PLASTIC AND

R E C O N S T RU C T I V E S U R G E R Y

DR. KELLY SULLIVAN, MD, FACS AND DR. EMI LY CLARKE-PEARSON, MD

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Extensive education, training, experience, engineering precision, artistic talent, and genuine empathy for their patients are factors that distinguish Dr. Kelly Sullivan and Dr. Emily Clarke-Pearson— the medical staff at Sullivan Surgery & Spa—from other plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Dr. Sullivan earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Doctor of Medicine from Harvard Medical School. She completed her general surgical residency and plastic and reconstructive fellowship at Emory University. Dr. Sullivan is certified with the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Sullivan also founded and chairs the board of directors of Wellness House of Annapolis—a nonprofit that provides support services to cancer patients and their loved ones, free of charge, in a clubhouse environment.

Dr. Emily Clarke-Pearson earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina, and a Doctor of Medicine from Brown University. She then completed her general surgery residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, and her plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Harvard University. Dr. Clarke-Pearson completed an additional fellowship in microsurgical reconstruction of cancer and trauma patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She has a special interest in global health and actively participates in medical missions to Africa and Asia. Together, Dr. Kelly Sullivan and Dr. Emily Clarke-Pearson provide the care, comfort, and world class results that make them the Faces of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.


Brian Hjemvik, ASLA, PLA Michael Prokopchak, ASLA Ben Rankin, ASLA


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L A N D S CA P E D E S I G N

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While working as a teenager at a local nursery, Walnut Hill Landscape Company founder Michael C. Prokopchak discovered his passion for plants. Over the years, Michael became more immersed in the landscape industry. In 2005, he turned his calling into a tangible business. The firm has thrived ever since earning them numerous national and local awards. Walnut Hill stands apart from others in the industry due to the range of services they provide. Whether landscape installation, hardscape, or landscape management, the team is always ready to bring your vision to life. Their highly experienced landscape industrycertified crews and relationships with industry specialists allow them to manage complex projects while maintaining attention to detail throughout all phases. Walnut also take great pride in their personalized approach to client relations. Their relationship-based method relies heavily

on communication with clients from design to installation and throughout the year for landscape management. They always strive to provide an end-product that reflects your personal style and exceeds your expectations. Walnut Hill Landscape Company’s clients can be found all around the Bay and beyond—including Annapolis and the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan areas. Additionally, their Easton, Maryland office services clients on the Eastern Shore. These clients have one thing in common—a simply stunning finished product. Walnut Hill is a proud member of American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Landscape Contractors Association of MD, VA, D.C. (LCA), National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), American Institute of Architects (AIA), Annapolis Design District.


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C O M M E R C I A L BA N K I N G

BOB MANN, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANNE ARUNDEL AND HOWARD COUNTIES COMMERCIAL LEADER SANDY SPRING BANK 1 4 8 J E N N I F E R ROA D, A N N A P O L I S , M D 2 1 4 0 1 | 4 1 0 . 2 6 6 . 3 0 0 0 | SA N DYS P R I N G BA N K .CO M

Sandy Spring Bank offers comprehensive products and services to help businesses, organizations and individuals succeed at whatever stage of life they are in. As a community bank with deep local roots, Sandy Spring Bank serves more than 30,000 businesses across the region, helping to create jobs and fuel the economy. “This year marks our 150th anniversary of serving clients across Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., and our 25th anniversary of having a presence in the Annapolis community,” Senior Vice President Bob Mann explains. That is quite a milestone in the world of banking. “Today we are the region’s largest, locally-headquartered community bank. However, we remain true to the values and personal relationships that have shaped who we are today. We are not about deals and transactions, but rather lifelong interactions with our clients,” says Mann. His clients include both leading for-profit companies and some of the most prestigious not-for-profit organizations in the area. Additionally,

Sandy Spring Bank was named one of the 50 Most Trustworthy Financial Companies in America by Forbes for 12 consecutive years. Bob Mann himself is as much a part of the community as the bank. He grew up in Eastport and he and his wife raised their four children here, though he did leave the area to get his degree from Clemson University (he remains devoted to the Clemson Tigers). He currently serves as treasurer of the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife especially like to support the arts and he takes his music seriously; “Americana music,” from classic country to Broadway musicals to Motown, he shares. Banking at its best should be a long-term relationship. It’s a matter of trust. And it is reassuring to have an accomplished neighbor to whom you can turn.


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DESIGN/BUILD

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Kurt Shepard and Craig Martin principals at SPIRE Architecture and Aaron Drummond, co-owner of TailorCraft Builders, work together in a unique type of Design + Build relationship to help owners create homes of their dreams.

and design-build team encourage a seamless process that minimizes bureaucracy and often saves time and expense. SPIRE and TailorCraft are there to provide guidance when selecting materials and finishes, so greater design unity and a higher functioning space is attained.

While they each run their own award-winning firms, they have realized that projects using a team-approach offer homeowners something special—an opportunity for earlier input in the design phase and assistance as they meet the challenges and multiple decisions that are part of the home building and renovation process.

Kurt Shepard, AIA, has a Bachelor of Architecture from Catholic University and Craig Martin, AIA, LEED AP, has a Master of Architecture from Catholic University. They combined their talents and founded SPIRE Architecture five years ago. Former Marine Corps Officer and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Aaron Drummond and his partner Rick Dyson have been leading TailorCraft Builders for eight years. The strength of this combined team of architectural talent and building expertise creates not only dream homes, but something just as important...a delightful renovation experience.

This concierge approach helps families feel part of the design phase. Homeowner, architect and builder craft a master plan based on the owner’s budget. Constant communications between the homeowner


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WINDOWS

CHRISTINA KUNOWSKY, GREG KUNOWSKY, VALERIE FARRET, TOM DAVEY & JIM PASQUARELLI

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If you are contemplating a remodel or even a new build, choosing the type of windows you want may be the perfect place to begin. Windows not only see out, but allow people to see them. They set the tone for the whole project, acknowledge the ideal environmental function, and let everyone know your style and tastes... “There is pride of ownership here.” But you may be in for some complex decision making...unless you are working with the right professionals. Since 1995, Architectural Window Supply in Annapolis has been the premier supplier for new construction, historic renovations or replacement projects in the Maryland and D.C. metro area. “We have had the pleasure of

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working with some of the finest architects and builders,” company owner Greg Kunowsky explains. “And our projects can be found in many of the most beautiful new and remodeled homes in the area.” It’s a group effort at Architectural Window Supply. The experienced sales staff believes in taking the time to fully understand each client’s needs and vision. It’s an educational process—the staff share their insights while they discover the client’s priorities. “Both architects and homeowners are encouraged to visit our planning studio and inspiring showroom,” Kunowsky says. “They can review their plans and see our products in action.”


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L A N D S CA P E ARCHITECTURE

JORDAN LOCH CRABTREE, PRINCIPAL, PLA, ASLA, AIA

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LOCH Collective is a design consulting studio founded in landscape architecture. We believe in connecting people with nature and one another. LOCH designs landscapes, spaces, solutions, and art where nature is brought into a person’s daily life and where people are drawn out into nature. Jordan Loch Crabtree is an award-winning landscape architect who has designed and spoken internationally. His passion and curiosity in art, landscapes, and the environment have led him to design in various ecosystems ranging from New York City to the Patagonia Region of Chile, the Bolivian Andes mountains, and back to the Chesapeake Bay.

Jordan is known for his minimalistic design of spaces set into carefully crafted natural landscapes. LOCH designs high-end residential gardens and estates alongside urban and institutional projects. LOCH Collective has been featured internationally for their design of Splinter Creek, a luxury eco-community, in Oxford, Mississippi. Publications include Architectural Digest, Southern Living, and Garden and Gun. He recently was accepted to speak at the International Federation of Landscape Architect’s global conference in Nairobi, Kenya. Jordan lives in Annapolis, Maryland with his wife, Megan and son, Levi.


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APPLIANCES

LINDA OLIFF-ROHLEDER & CHRISTY OLIFF

T HE A PPLIANCE SOURCE

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Linda Oliff-Rohleder and Christy Oliff are owners of The Appliance Source. They have three well-appointed showrooms located in Annapolis, Easton, and Southern Maryland. Being sisters, their family business is something for which they take great pride. Their father Thomas Oliff was a pioneer in the appliance industry. They started working at their father’s stores in 1982, shortly after the company was founded. Anne Arundel County proved to be the ideal location for their business as they saw a thriving home market that needed quality

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appliances, especially for remodeled waterfront properties. They are a builder distributor of most major brands of appliances and are a certified minority-owned business (a real tax advantage for their clients). They also take pride in the caliber of their employees who are factory trained, incredibly knowledgeable, and specialists in the ever-changing technical specifications such as building codes and ventilation. They love working with homeowners to make their dream kitchen a reality.


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HOME FURNISHINGS

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Scott and Heather Summers moved to the Annapolis area from South Carolina for Scott’s job with the federal government.

piece to accent their homes. Each item is handpicked for the store and offers homeowners a comfortable and collected look.

Busy raising their two boys, Heather fueled her passion for home furnishings and accessories as a vendor at local design malls and monthly tag sales.

Traveling to furniture shows in the US and Europe, Heather and Scott select new furniture and accessories as well as vintage and antique finds. They strive to offer pieces that will be loved for many years to come. Recent additions from Europe include some vintage jars, cameras and books. Customers aren’t limited to what they see in the store; custom orders for lighting, furniture and rugs are also available.

As her success grew, so did her desire to one day open her own shop. That dream became a reality when Scott retired from civil service and encouraged Heather open their own brick and mortar store. Park Home, located in Severna Park Plaza, opened in the fall of 2017. Now the husband and wife team welcome those looking for the perfect

If there is something that you’ve been searching for, Heather and Scott are ready to help you find it and create the home you desire.


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KITCHEN DESIGN

Mark White, Brittany Reeves Meade, Kim Neiss, Kaila Brown, Cathy Terranova, Tracy McGuiness

KI T CHEN EN COUN TERS

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Mark T. White, CMKBD of Kitchen Encounters and his highly qualified designers use their Interactive Design Process to help clients get the best results for their project. The hand-picked team helps homeowners fully understand the many options available, and combines creative design ideas with well-planned cabinetry to meet the unique needs and vision for their newly designed spaces. Kitchen Encounters has been in business since 1981 and is an active member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. The designers enjoy working with the area’s finest architects, builders, interior designers and craftsmen. Their award-winning designs have appeared in regional and national publications and can be found in new and remodeled homes throughout Maryland, and beyond. Kitchen Encounters has assembled a range of custom and semi-custom cabinets to meet their most discerning client’s requirements. They bring

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imaginative design, together with quality and value for any room of your home that needs storage, organization and work/play space. The featured lines of cabinetry were chosen to not only facilitate your design ­—but enhance it. As clients, you’ll enjoy visiting the “home” studio built into a 1950’s Cape Cod-style house in the heart of the Annapolis Design District. In fact, Kitchen Encounters is one of the Design District’s founding members. This strategic location offers many nearby complimentary showrooms to fulfill all your design needs, and it is all just minutes from Route 50 and downtown Annapolis. Let Kitchen Encounters help transform your space and enrich your home with a design that mirrors your vision of excellence. Visit our website to see our work, meet our team and learn more.


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FITNESS

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Erin Horst opened Evolutions in 2001 out of a love and respect for the fitness profession and a deep desire to help people struggling to find a place where they could feel comfortable working out. Fifteen years later, Erin is still dedicated to creating a supportive environment where fitness professionals can do what they do best and a welcoming facility that people of all backgrounds can call their “home away from home” for fitness. Evolutions’ philosophy focuses on the whole person—mind, body and spirit are equally important. Erin wants to spread mindfulness and wellness to as many people as possible. This desire stems from a personal struggle with depression and weight issues as a young person.

Erin started in the fitness industry at the age of 25, but soon discovered that without being well in mind and spirit, a fit body was not enough to achieve true wellness. After finding meditation and mindfulness at age 28, Erin’s life changed dramatically. Erin’s desire to create a space for wellness has only intensified as she has become a mother and grown older. In keeping with this philosophy, Evolutions offers a wide variety of classes and services that support health, fitness and wellness. As Erin likes to say, “When people are mindful, they treat people better; the better we treat each other, the better off the world will be.”


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C U S TO M B U I L D I N G

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Greg Younger, owner of Younger Construction in Annapolis, grew up working with his father in the construction business. Over the years, Greg learned that he had both a gift for craftsmanship and a talent for understanding how to remodel a home to fit a client’s needs. Greg loved the satisfaction he felt when he completed a project and his clients were overjoyed with the results. To him there was no better feeling. Greg still works every day to achieve the same results. Younger Construction is highly skilled in both residential construction and light commercial construction. The company specializes in custom homes, renovations, additions, kitchens and bathrooms in Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, and Queen Anne’s counties.   Before any work starts, Greg meets with potential clients to discuss their desires and vision. He listens to their expectations of the design, timeline and budget. Greg’s infectious energy helps clients overcome their fears and get excited about the project.

After Greg gets to know the client’s needs, he helps them select a design they will be happy with for the long run. Once the work begins, clients are amazed at the process. Greg and his detail-oriented crew do not cut any corners. They pride themselves on being perfectionists, and they understand the importance of clean lines. Above all, they strive to meet and exceed all client expectations. Greg checks in with his clients regularly to make sure they are happy with how the project is going. This personal touch engages clients and enables them to be part of the process. Instead of feeling like a chore, the project feels more like a fun hobby. Seeing the look of joy on a client’s face when a job is complete is what attracted Greg to the business decades ago. Today, it’s still his favorite part of the job.


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FINANCIAL PLANNING

GREGORY OSTROWSKI, MANAGING PARTNER

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Your financial future. Few things are as important or as intimidating to contemplate. From wealth management to retirement planning, handling your money isn’t a trip you should plan to take alone.

Greg holds a degree in Finance from Villanova University. He is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional, a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor™, and a Forbes contributor.

Greg Ostrowski understands this and develops strategies to address each client’s unique situation. His overarching goal is to provide visibility on a client’s ‘big picture’ so they can make proactive decisions. For those nearing retirement, this might mean mapping out an income strategy— it’s one thing to save and grow assets, but another thing entirely to make a plan for assets to last. For those just starting to accumulate wealth, it might mean prioritizing and automating savings.

Over the years Greg has been recognized as a Top 40 Under 40 Registered Investment Advisor by WealthManagement.com, featured in Baltimore Magazine as a 2018 Five Star Wealth Manager and voted “Best Financial Advisor” in The Capital ’s Reader’s Choice awards four times.

As a long-time Annapolitan, Greg was the youngest of five children in a Navy family; his wife Sabrina is an accountant in Annapolis; his sister owns Weems Creek Nursery School in West Annapolis, where his brother also owns Redds Automotive. Greg and Sabrina have four children – Patrick, Evangeline, Everett and Amelia.

Greg and his wife, Sabrina, are board members of the Anne Arundel Medical Center Building Traditions Society, supporting vital new programs at AAMC. Greg also serves on the St. Mary’s Alumni Association board. Getting to know you, your hopes and your goals is an essential element in the wealth management equation. Creating strong client relationships is the foundation of Greg’s work.

Securities through Independent Financial Group, LLC (IFG), a registered broker-dealer. Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory services offered through Scarborough Capital Management, a registered investment advisor. IFG and Scarborough Capital Management are unaffiliated entities.


Gina Fitzsimmons and Megan Trachtman Photography by Gwin Hunt


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AN EMERGING D E S I G N P RO F E S S I O N A L

MEGAN TRACHTMAN, DIRECTOR OF DESIGN OPERATIONS

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Megan Trachtman is an emerging professional in the interior design industry; just ask any of her delighted clients. An Allied member of the American Society of Interior Designer’s (ASID), Megan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design with a minor in Marketing from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. While earning her degree, Megan studied interior design in Florence, Italy. Megan was born in Atlanta, GA, grew up in Woodbridge, CT and relocated to Annapolis after graduation. Megan began her career with an internship at Cullman and Kravis, a top 100 design firm in New York City. After graduating she joined Fitzsimmons Design as design assistant, working directly with Founder and President Gina Fitzsimmons who mentored and helped fine-tune Megan’s innate design talent. In her six years at Fitzsimmons Design, Megan’s talents, hard work and attention to detail, have contributed to her establishing a loyal and appreciative clientele.

Colleagues, family and friends recognize that Megan is naturally engaging. She has traveled extensively, making new friends wherever she goes. Those who meet her, know that she lights up a room as soon as she walks in, both personally and with her designs. She is known as the “colorful” one, always adding a punch of color and creating a special place for her clients in each of her designs. In this age of expected entitlements, it is refreshing to encounter a young professional who is, and always has been, working hard to attain her deserved position in the top tier of interior design. Megan is well organized and driven to provide first class interior design services for her clients, promptly and precisely. Sharing the good news with their clients, FITZSIMMONS DESIGN ASSOCIATES say that they are proud to announce Megan’s well-deserved promotion to Director of Design Operations.


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WA T E R F RO N T H O M E S

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Your Vision is Our Passion. Bayview Builders is a premium custom home building and remodeling firm specializing in custom waterfront construction. Our passion inspires a tailored construction experience that delivers trust, quality, and value. Based in Annapolis for more than 16 years, we have been transforming the vision of Architects and designers - and the dreams of homeowners - into a reality. We spent our formative years working as a carpentry service on high end residential projects. Framing, exterior siding & cornice, interior trim, and custom millwork were the building blocks that prepared Bayview Builders to become an exceptional general contractor. Our ability to self-perform, and not subcontract these tasks gives us better control of the building process and the final outcome. From multi-million dollar

home construction to custom renovation projects, our reputation for craftsmanship and integrity has endured. We understand our job is not just to build, but to provide guidance, and help find solutions. We are an active partner contributing our expertise in a constructive collaboration between the Architect, the homeowner and the builder. Our commitment to transparency brings our clients and Architects into every phase of the project. From estimating to execution, you know what we know. We uphold the highest standards and have proven processes and budget controls to be good stewards of our client’s capital. Our cloud-based management tools enable the homeowner & Architect to have an interactive role in helping to track and guide the outcome. And because of the involvement and loyalty fostered by owner & founder, Dave Carlisle, Bayview Builders has one of the highest employee retention rates in the area.


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B E A U T I F U L CA B I N E T R Y

JONI ZIMMERMAN, CKD, CBD

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As Founder, President, and Artistic Director, Joni is the driving force behind Design Solutions, Inc. She designs in layers, adding detail and interest to create spaces that are timelessly classic, yet surprising and refreshing. Joni draws upon a background in design and architecture, as well as psychology and human dynamics, to create spaces that truly work for the client. Unique spatial challenges are one of her specialties. Joni is passionate about sustainable designs and products in the home. As more people make the commitment to a healthier lifestyle that includes eating organic and locally produced food, Joni has focused

her creativity on how this lifestyle can be supported through kitchen design. She and her team believe the design process is most effective when they truly understand their clients – who they are as a family, how they will use the space, what are their personal aesthetic tastes and priorities. She builds a relationship with her clients, listens to their needs and guides them through the process. Her ultimate goal is to create a design that meets the functional and financial demands of each client, while achieving a look that fits perfectly – for both the client and the home.


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SWEET TREATS

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Carrie Olish born and raised in Annapolis, learned to bake as a little girl spending time in the kitchen with her mother and grandmother. After she had children of her own, she began baking with them often sharing her cakes and cupcakes with family and friends. As friends and neighbors approached her to bake for their special occasions, they also encouraged her to start her own bakery and Blue Crab Cupcakes was born. Blue Crab Cupcakes is a boutique bakery who’s slogan “filled with love” was coined by a little boy, who after his first bite, smiled and said “my heart is filled with love!” Carrie and her team create cupcakes that are both delicious and unique. As Carrie explains, each cupcake is filled with a special filling

and baked with the highest quality and freshest ingredients available. It’s not unusual for a single cupcake to have four finishing elements —all directed by Carrie and her desire to deliver an incredible ­ experience. With over 30 flavor offerings, customers can choose from mini or regular cupcakes, wedding and special occasion cakes and custom cake pops. Carrie has developed a large wedding and special event following. A special tasting room was recently added to the bakery where sampling and event planning takes place. Carrie’s passion for creating “sweet treats” can make any day a good day to “taste love”.


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FA S H I O N

WENDY PIERCE RABIN, OWNER & LEAD STYLIST

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There are some things that just course through your veins, notes Wendy Rabin, owner of Wrabyn, a stylist-run boutique in West Annapolis. She was born with an innate sense of style that blossomed into a full-blown career. A stroll through her light-filled shop reveals unique yet relatable clothing, hard-to-find designers, and shoes and accessories to finish any outfit. Wendy’s style philosophy is refreshing. “Fashion, capital F, is a loaded word. It can be intimidating but it shouldn’t be. Fashion is a place for individualism, a space to express yourself, a way to take care of yourself. I guess you could say that I believe in fashion, small f.” Indeed, she expressed herself freely as a 4-year-old. “My first memory

of dressing was this little red rainbow striped romper with threequarter sleeves…I wore it with a feather in my hair to preschool on Wednesdays and it made me feel like superwoman!” Today, Wendy still believes in the power of a great outfit, and she and her staff of stylists share that sensibility with clients. Better yet, their services extend beyond the boutique with closet edits, wardrobe styling, and as a friendly resource for everyday fashion emergencies. At Wrabyn, Wendy’s philosophy comes alive. Here, one finds fashion (small f ), a welcoming space and more: a place to walk in feeling ordinary and walk out of feeling fabulous, with a personal superwoman-worthy style.


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PA I N M A N A G E M E N T

DR. BRIAN S. KAHAN, DO, FAAPMR, DABPM

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As a physician in the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County area for the past twenty years, Dr. Kahan has treated thousands of patients who suffer from chronic pain, whether from cancer or just back pain. With board certifications by more than six American Medical Boards in the U.S., Dr. Kahan is certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians and a Fellow in Interventional Pain by the World Institute of Pain Physicians.

As Dr. Kahan says “Just as my face has changed over the years, so has the management of pain. As a 20 year leader in my field, I strive to keep up with the multiple changes that have occurred in pain management. In doing so, I have found different ways to treat and control pain, without necessarily using opioid medications. As you may have read or heard, opioids have recently been stereotyped as a bad treatment for chronic pain and can produce undesirable side effects. If you are tired of or unsatisfied with the same treatment of your pain, then it may be time to change. Just as I have accepted changes in how I practice, maybe you should too. Please call to make a change and hopefully we can create a new plan to improve your health and your quality of life.�


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H O M E I M P RO V E M E N T

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The re-do, rehab, renovation craze sweeping the entire country has created a boom in the home improvement business. But not all contractors are created equal.

His well-respected firm offers just the services most of us seek: siding, windows, porches and decks, kitchens and baths, as well as additions and remodeling.

When considering professionals to work on your most valuable possession—your home—honesty, integrity and longevity are traits that should be at the top of the search list. Owner Mark vanReuth of Brightview Builders brings all of these attributes to the fixer upper party, thanks to his more than 30 years experience in the field. He’s also a native of the area, went to school in Severna Park and is an active member of the community.

In this age when the spotlight is so focused on Curb Appeal, Mark and his staff at Brightview are especially talented at transforming the outside of your home. We experience the whole spectrum of weather in our area—sun, winds, rain, snow—which can really take a toll, especially on older homes. Brightview’s expertly installed siding includes options in vinyl, wood and cement board, in more colors than you can imagine. What a difference this one re-do can make to your home!


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VO L U N T E E R S

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Wellness House of Annapolis is a gathering place where cancer patients and their loved ones find support, learn healthy coping skills, and develop new interests and friendships while dealing with the effects of cancer. It is a safe place where those going through the process of treatment and recovery can connect and support each other. Wellness House of Annapolis provides free services and programs to those who have been touched by cancer. From support groups for children, and adults to healthy living services such as educational seminars, yoga,

reiki, meditation, and therapeutic art classes, the Wellness House aims to help those whose lives have been touched by cancer find the strength and support needed to focus on recovery, healing and beyond. Wellness House of Annapolis depends entirely on the generosity of individuals and organizations in our community and beyond. Over 200 volunteers contribute to Wellness House programs each year. To learn more, please visit annapoliswellnesshouse.org.


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A L PA CA C L O T H I N G AND DESIGN

ZIA B O CCA C C I O D E L A V EGA, FOU N D ER & C R EATI VE DIRECTO R

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Zia Boccaccio, Founder and Creative Director of Alpaca International, remembers the moment she was first inspired by the mystical alpaca. A native of Cuzco, Peru, she was on a family trip exploring ancestral land in the Andes Mountains. The animal, which she describes as “aloof, delicate, and beautiful,” inspired a life-long devotion to alpaca preservation and something more—a calling to design clothing that reveals their exquisite beauty. At 19, she struck off on her own and moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked in retail management. A desire to share the fabric of her culture propelled her to open her first store in the heart of Annapolis in 2004. She opened subsequent shops in Washington, D.C., Park City, Utah, Juneau, Alaska and Cusco, Peru.

Zia attributes her success to hard work, customer service and quality products. And she cares for the community. In 2012, she received the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. In 2013, she won the Corporate Commitment Award for her work for Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA). The grant she created to help educate Peruvian youth stems from these activities. She earned the Successful Peruvian Business Woman in America Award in 2014 and, in 2015, a Tumi USA Award for Excellence in Business. Her many ventures complement her true love for the alpaca. This love flows through her creations, which exhibit the grace and resilience of the revered Peruvian alpaca fiber known as “the Gold of the Andes.”


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ARCHITECTURAL C O N S U LT I N G

JACKIE DEAVERS BROWNING

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Jackie Deavers Browning is a creative individual with an entrepreneurial spirit. She has amassed valuable educational and business knowledge, all by doing. Her talents have been further honed as a custom window and door expert who is highly recognized and respected by her clients and peers in the architectural and construction professions as the “go to” expert and advisor. Her 25 years as a window and door business owner afforded her many successful collaborations with architects, contractors and homeowners in Baltimore and Annapolis. Her portfolio of well-known projects include the American Brewery Building in Baltimore and Ginger Cove Retirement Community in Annapolis. Jackie recently received the prestigious President’s Award as “Consultant of the Year” from the Baltimore Chapter of the

American Institute of Architects (AIA) as well as the Inaugural Allied Member Award from AIA-Chesapeake Bay Chapter, serves on the Executive Board of Baltimore Arcitecture Foundation (BAF), Chairs the Allied Committee and Celebrity Chef Nite Event for AIA Baltimore. She is also a CE Provider to the architectural communities. Jackie is part of the leadership team at American Cedar & Millwork as V.P. of Business Development and Manager of their new showroom in Baltimore. She is also owner of Window & Door Planning Consulting Services. The combination of Jackie’s experience, architectural expertise and stead-fast integrity guarantees her clients a competitive edge, successful results and most assuredly, peace of mind. Jackie welcomes your inquiries and the opportunity to work with you on your projects!


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C U S TO M D E C K B U I L D I N G

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William (Bill) Zinnert has dedicated over 25 years to building a company that focuses on building relationships, along with beautiful decks. His clients tend to have a passion for spending time outdoors, entertaining guests and enjoying time with family and friends. With over a quarter century of professional experience, William has reached the pinnacle of the decking industry by earning one of the first ”Master Deck Professional” certifications by NADRA - the North American Deck and Railing Association. William and Diamond Decks were one of NADRA’s featured Spotlight of the Month contractors in 2017, selected from builders all over the country. He and his team are well versed in working with a full range of materials from tropical hardwoods such as Ipe, Tigerwood, and

Mahogany to cedar and modern synthetics. Capable of creating simple local townhome decks to million-dollar projects for waterfront restaurants and estates, Diamond Decks’ unique projects include the roof top deck at Eastport’s Blackwall Hitch. Always looking to step up his game, William is now an exclusive dealer for Equinox Louvered Roof Systems, a must-have for an elegant outdoor dining experience or to create shade by the pool. It is also ideal for restaurants, roof top bars, patios, and decks. William is highly respected by industry peers, distributors, suppliers, competitors and homeowners, and is looking forward to helping you make the most out of your outdoor entertaining area.


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Historic HABITATS BY SAR AH HAGERT Y

In Anne Arundel County, buildings steeped in history are always just around the corner... and open for our education and entertainment.

W I L L I A M PACA H O US E AND GARDEN The Paca House is a don’t-miss-experience in Annapolis. It was built in the 1760s for Paca, a signator of the Declaration of Independence and the third governor of Maryland. Remarkably, it has been lovingly restored, protected and preserved. Today it serves as a window to our past and often our future—it is one of the most desirable wedding locations in Maryland. 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis | 410.990.4543 Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM Sunday, 12 noon to 5 PM $10 full guided house tour and self-guided garden tour. (There’s also a guided tour of the house’s first floor and a selfguided garden tour for a fee of $8 and a self-guided garden tour for $5. Closed January, February and early March.)


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Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon

JAMES BRICE HOUSE The Brice House is the “newest” oldie but goodie on the Annapolis block. This “work in progress” is also providing a very special opportunity for all of us who love history—a look behind the scaffolding. The noble house (built by an Annapolis native son, former mayor, former governor and one of the largest land owners on the east coast) is being restored to its 18-century glory. 42 East Street, Annapolis | 410.267.7619 There are monthly tours scheduled during the summer (Saturday June 16th; Saturday July 21st, and Saturday August 18th). General admission is $18. Group tours can also be arranged.


CHASE -LLOYD HOUSE Construction of the Chase-Lloyd House began in 1769 when Samuel Chase was only 25 years old. (Yes, another signer of the Declaration of Independence.) Chase ran out of money and sold the home to wealthy plantation owner Edward Lloyd IV (hence the hyphenation). The desire for independence and love of their new country didn’t stop our founding fathers from borrowing the beautiful and imposing Georgian design from the old country. It was one of the last of its kind to be built in Annapolis and, though it has been restored and updated many times, it has remained true to its original design.

22 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis ChaseLloydHouse.org

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Open Monday–Saturday 2 PM to 4 PM March through December (“Flat shoes please.” Always a good tip when exploring historical homes.) *

CHARLES CARROLL HOUSE The impressive home and gardens are perfectly situated on the Severn River. (If you had all of Annapolis to choose from—as Charles Carroll did back then—you might have picked this spot as well.) Appropriately located behind St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Charles Carroll’s home is part of Maryland’s long Catholic history. When the first Charles Carroll (known as “the Settler”) died in 1720, he was considered the wealthiest and largest land owner in the state. The Carroll family continued to support this new land including an ancestor who signed the Declaration of Independence. The family motto, “Anywhere So Long as There Be Freedom,” speaks volumes. 107 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis 410.269.1737 | CharlesCarrollHouse.org Open weekends June through October from noon until 4 PM. Admission is free.


BENSON HAMMOND HOUSE A bit off the beaten path, the simple farmhouse charm of the BensonHammond House is especially evocative of a time gone by. (A little surprising considering its incongruous smack-in-the-middle-of-BWIacreage location.) The house is chock full of farm life artifacts, furniture, quilts and more. A real little charmer. Ann Arundell County Historical Society (yes, that is how they spell it) continues to operate the house as the only remaining example of what was once a thriving business in North Anne Arundel County—truck farming. 7101 Aviation Boulevard, Linthicum Heights | 410.768.9518 410.760.9679 (Ann Arundell Historical Society) | aachs.org Open Saturdays 11 AM to 3 PM and Sundays noon to 3 PM from March through December. However, their hours and days can change, so it’s always a good idea to call first.

THOMAS POINT SHOAL LIGHTHOUSE Built in 1875, it is the last screw-pile lighthouse on the Bay in its original location. Delightfully, what may be the most iconic image of the Bay, is open to the public. In the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the South River. Tours of the inside are offered during the summer on Saturdays—June 9; July 7, 14, 28; August 4, & 18; September 1, 8 & 29 and October 6. Times: 9 AM and 12 noon. $80 per person. Things you should know: • Only 18 passengers per tour. • Tour participants must be at least 12 years old and 48 inches tall. • No flip-flops, Crocs, open-back shoes or high heels. • The tour of the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse is adventure travel involving some physical exertion.

HOGSHEAD As modest as Paca House is grand, Hogshead served as a home for many billeted Revolutionary War recruits on their way to battles. It was fully restored in the 1960s and provides a look inside the life of our ancestral everyman. 43 Pinkney Street, Annapolis | 410.267.7619 Open weekends (Saturday and Sunday noon to 4 PM) late March to early December. Free admission, donations appreciated.


H AMMOND -H ARWOOD HOUSE This mansion is indeed a showplace. With its five-part plan and exquisite craftsmanship, it is one of the most significant examples of extant colonial architecture in the United States. William Buckland, the architect responsible for the ChaseLloyd House, brought his genius and innovative styles to the Hammond-Harwood property as well. 19 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis | 410.263.4683 Open noon to 5 PM daily. Closed Tuesday. Tours on the hour, $10, $8 for AAA members and senior citizens.

Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon

HISTORIC LONDON TOWN AND GARDENS London Town is a living history museum with gardens, out buildings, docent guides and the William Brown House, a national historic landmark, at its center. The house was built at the ferry landing on the South River by, appropriately, the ferry master William Brown. That South River location and the lush gardens have made London Town one of the areas most sought-after wedding and special event venues. 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater | 410.222.1919 Open April through November, Wednesday through Sunday 10 AM to 4:30 PM, closed Monday and Tuesday. Adult admission is $12 (there are discounts through AAA and senior discounts.) Kids admission varies according to age. - Always double check hours of operation and fees prior to your visits. -


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