I started writing as child. I wanted to be a novelist, hiding in a house and writing. I was embarrassed by my drawings. In high school, I discovered photography, which I could do! In college, I learned color photography, which led to video. At The Evergreen State College, underclassmen had access to the color TV studio! I was hooked. After graduation, I worked in video production at 3 different TV stations before I was hired to help establish a TV station for the Deaf in Clark County, Washington. At first we had 6 employees, which dwindled down to one (me) after 9 years. For the next 7 years, I ran the TV station on cable 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the help of a few enthusiastic students.
I learned to use computers, taught staff and teachers how to use them. I set up the computer network on our campus of 10 buildings, created websites and databases, and learned how to use all kinds of software. I fell in love with computer graphics, so expanded to graphic design. In the meantime, I have been writing, editing and publishing books, too.
2 Books of Sayings
1 Poetry Book
Currently 4 more books in progress.
Four are currently available in the App Store
Ready Reply Lite
Ready Reply Spanish
Ready Reply Business
Tundra, named for my dear cat Cityscape Northwest
DP Printing Neon
Endless looping GIFs
Animating portions of still photos or freezing portions of videos to make seamless endless loops.
I love cinemagraphs!
Editor of 18 books for Everlasting Publishing
8 poetry books - Joseph Fram
2 sermons books - Pastor W. F. Pride
3 books - Steven Lowell-Martin
Children's book - Katelyn Spurlock
Two murals I have painted
In college, I painted Freddie Mercury's face on my dorm room wall. In 2018, I painted a mural on the side of our church in Yakima, Washington.