I’m a native Phoenician and a 35-year resident of the F.Q. Story Historic District near the downtown core, having served as Story’s president for three years. As a long-time advocate of historic preservation, neighborhood revitalization and downtown redevelopment, I’ve served in many capacities and positions to that end.
As a photographer with 30 years of experience producing images for all levels of advertising and corporate communications, I currently serve as Phoenix Chapter president of ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers). When I’m not shooting or volunteering, I love skiing, Indy Car racing, Morgan sports cars and watching our now four-year-old son discover the world around him.
I’m proud to have my photography featured in projects for the “Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center” (SARRC). Among those recognized with distinction:
- 2008 & 2009 Outstanding Achievement in Marketing, “Be More Awards” — Awarded by: Eight (PBS, Arizona)
- 2006 & 2007 SARRC Annual Reports, “AR100 & CSR” — Awarded by: The Black Book
- SARRC 2006 Annual Report, 2007 Award of Excellence, — Awarded by: Communication Arts
- 2006 Print Media Award of Excellence, SARRC Outreach Magazine; 2004 Award of Distinction, SARRC 2002 Annual Report; 2004 Crystal Award, SARRC Campus for Exceptional Children Brochure — Awarded by: The Communicator