The Early Years
Growing up in the Midwest, the West Coast became his first real life learning destination studying professional photography at the famous Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California. His education continued courtesy of the U.S. Army, with duty stations in Key West, Florida, Taiwan, and Vietnam, fortunately with a State Department assignment.
After the army, life grew enjoyably with marriage and fatherhood. As life does, it presented ups and downs, which cast him into experiences for which he was not prepared. These passages led into personal questioning and the adventures that followed with all the lows, highs and everything in-between to become a mature, well rounded adult. It is a wondrous ride.
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