Blg COM 16 Rm #356
Northern Arizona University
Research and teaching interests
Photography allows me to
forget my fast paced life and capture the color surrounding me daily.
Specializing in event, product and detail photography, my work has been
published in the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Reserve interpretive
center, Gold Prospectors Association Magazine and in annual solo exhibits.
One of my current
projects, “Senile Projectile” is about a Flagstaff machinist building a
motorcycle engine and frame (from scratch) attempting to break an existing
record at Bonneville’s 2014 Speed Week, which currently stands at 168.385 mph.
Photographing Bonneville’s Speed Week annually allows me to capture the passion
and mechanical artistry surrounding men and their magnificent vehicles.
Teaching photography at Northern Arizona
University combines my passion for travel, education and photography. I have
been sharing my knowledge in software and photography related fields in both
secondary and post-secondary levels since 1995. Currently, I serve as a
volunteer and instructor for the Friends of Arizona Highways Photo Workshop team which provides me opportunities to educate
and learn from others while traveling around our beautiful state.
- COM 101 Communication
- PHO 181 Communication
- PHO 282 Introduction
to Digital Workflow
- PHO 285 Intermediate
- PHO 488C Senior
- MEd, Secondary Education, Northern Arizona University
- BS, Business Administration, University of Arizona, 1990