Where you can find me
What I do (my job): 
amateur paleontologist
Where I do what I do: 
out and about shooting photographs
I wish I were an expert in: 
Musical technique. Design. Photoshop.
Dream jobs: 
Photographer/videographer on a dinosaur dig Travel writer/photographer Aerial Bridge operator in Duluth
All about me
I was born in Minneapolis and raised in the east end of Duluth, Minnesota. I was the co-class clown in high school. I worked in television news for a half-dozen years as a videographer/editor in both Duluth and the Twin Cities. I worked many years as a film/video editor of commercials, documentaries, and corporate image videos. Digital photography and Photoshop rekindled my interest in photography. I have two grown sons. My wife is a teacher.
Science in my life
What is science to you?: 
I've been fascinated with natural history (particularly paleontology, dinosaurs, geology, and astronomy) since I was about seven. My interest rubbed off onto my younger brother who, unlike me, went on to get degrees in science.
I would invent: 
A time machine.
Technology I love: 
My laptop (MacBook Pro), my digital camera, camcorders, non-linear editing programs, the Internet, and most importantly Adobe Photoshop - what an amazing application!
How do you use math in your daily life?: 
I count on waking up every morning.
What technology do you use every day?: 
Computer, Adobe Photoshop, and the Internet.
Technology that drives me crazy: 
Computers and video.