I have written a lot of great things in my several careers. I used to specialize in documents like mea culpas for other people’s organizational sins, masterpieces that will never see the light of day. In some bureaucrat’s dead files are the counterarguments I wrote for a hostile government audit that saved $6 million in pay-backs. I still have copies of a grant I ghost-wrote that paid $15 million, and another that I wrangled with too many collaborators that ended up netting over $40 million when it was all said and done. Those were fun projects.
But anytime you write an email that begins, “Good news, we have an attorney,” it’s time to change careers. I did, and since then several fine things have been published with my name on them.
- U.S. Highway 89: the Scenic Route to Seven Western National Parks (text and photographs). Printed copy from Amazon.com or through http://sagebrush-press.com. Available on ITunes for the IPad.
- The Story of Cathedral of the Madeleine (written by Gary Topping, my color photo essay). Printed copy from Amazon.com or through Sagebrush Press. Available on Amazon.com for Kindle and ITunes for the IPad.
Create Custom White Balance Presets”, Lightroom feature article in Photoshop User, July/August 2012.
“Dustcatcher Spot Removal Redux”, Photoshop User, December 2011.
I write features for the Garfield/Wayne County Insider, our local weekly paper, like this lead story about Amy Pace, local high school teacher and recipient of the 2013 Utah Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology.
My full artist resume.