For the past 28 years, I've worked in the creative industry, having been involved with some of the worlds top brands and companies such as Northrup Grumman, Boeing, United Airlines, Keurig, Wrigley, NASA, Edelman, and many others. For 20 of those years, I ran my own creative agency creating corporate and broadcast videos, animations  and photography.
 I was an early adopter of 3D animation in the early 1990s, having led workshop and lectures since 1995. In 1996, my first book was published, and I've gone on to publish 16 more through 2012, covering 3D applications, digital imaging, Photoshop, and photography. Along the way, I wrote for various trade magazines such as 3D Design, MacWorld, and also served as Editor-in-Chief for Keyframe / HDRI 3D magazine for two years.
Speaking of photography - I've been photographing since the age of 13. My early years of shooting film and working in the darkroom were key to guiding my career, but I fully embrace the digital age and how much further I can take my photographs with digital post-processing.  I'm a certified professional photographer, a designation held by just 3% of photographers in the United States. My work has been published in Rangefinder magazine  and Professional Photographer Magazine. 
As part of my career, I've been deeply involved in teaching creative, from 3D animation, to photoshop, digital techniques and creative design. I've lectured to companies such as NASA JPL, Dell, Reebok, Abbott Laboratories, and others. Added, I regularly lecture at the University of Notre Dame on digital imaging for their digital visualization lab. Often, this training has led it's way to the web, in the form of online courses through,, and  
Beyond the studio, I worked as Director of Production for Jim Beam Brands, leading the social media creative efforts.  I briefly led the photography team at Sears Holdings before moving on to Anthem, Inc. I'm currently the Creative Director for Brand Strategy & Management, using my years of experience to help standardize, provide enterprise-wide guidance, and build Anthem's 38 brands.

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