As producer of documentary programs and interactive multimedia, I utilize my videography, digital archiving, photography, and graphics background to design cultural and educational multimedia.  

Multimedia is changing the way in which we communicate—it crosses cultural, religious, and language barriers—it bridges the nations of the world. I make use of this media to offer humankind an opportunity to better educate, understand, and accept one another.
  Produced the award-winning documentary, The Rocky Mountain Cowboy, earned a three-year broadcast agreement with Wyoming PBS, and was featured in the Sheridan Film Festival.
  Exhibited at Barn Again!, a traveling exhibit, produced by the Smithsonian Institute of Washington D.C.
  Exhibited at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center of Cody, Wyoming, reprints of archival images from the Jack Richard Photo Collection
  Exhibited at Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, Journey to the Silk City, a 20-piece photographic essay of China
  Exhibited on Digital Archiving, Park County Libraries of Wyoming
  Third Place, Personality Photo, High Plains Journalism Association for Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and Nebraska
  First Place, photography, Juried Art Show, Northwest College
  Published, Photography, Vanity Fair
  Published, photojournalism, newspapers, websites, television, and stock agencies
  YinSite Program—named as a participant in a pilot project, developed by the Wyoming Women’s Business Council, designed to foster entrepreneurship in the arts
  Grant Recipient—American Heritage Center, Laramie, Wyoming
  Grant Recipient—Wyoming State Historical Society
  Member—Murie Center of Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
    Member—Wyoming State Historical Society
  Member — U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
  Background in business and finance, travel and tourism
  Sailing, river rafting, yoga, hiking and cross-country skiing
  Archaeology, geology, oceanography
  Indigenous peoples and alternative healing
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