Legally granted an associate of applied science degree as Visual Communications Technician by WWTI in 1985;
and a vocational diploma in photo-indirect-lithography, (Graphic design thru Offset printing) in 1986.
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One of my early illustrations. My first photograph  in 1974,
 the product of my new camera and darkroom. A frost on the trees at the 
administration building of the University Wisconsin, La Crosse. What more need I than food water
 and thou. I remember computers from before there were any pictures, 
then there was a black and white pic., then color pics.

The 4 pictures below were my entries into; The NIKON Slide Photo Contest International, 1985

Second place winner 1975 Oktobefest slide contest entry. A zoom effect of my Dad's car. Lake Onalaska at sunset. A cat at a castle in Berlin, Germany

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Remember that we are only 2 people,
working as much as we can. Computer mirroring. 2 the power of 2. The copystand in use. My official UMC portrait. David: my friend... Click here to view a portion
 of my stamp collection,

Is it because of the production of these partially the reason for the crash of 1929?
On file as Master Photographer # 57517per. 9/11 really happened. Hi Kim. Why not read all about it ? One of my business card designs.
I must have 50 of them.
My first technical photograph processed in my brand new darkroom, 1982a.d.. This should have been done in color. A winter sunset along the mighty muddy Mississippi river. One of my earliest color photographs, it is a spearmint plant. A double exposure for my college
 photography course requirements  If you make it here and find your self; Joyce, isn't it time for a 
 new portrait? It's been more than 25 years.
A statue of lacrosse players
 in downtown La Crosse. Handsome doing weight training. The La Crosse tourist attraction;
 Grandad bluff; during the fall. The view from Grandad bluff
 in the late fall. A fall photograph of the Oak Grove
 cemetery.
Made by David, I added the animation to it Taken with a 20 dollar camera. A wood violet,
the state of Wisconsin
 official flower. My images of the architectural
 history of the La Crosse Peoples food cooperative My first video cam portrait.
My first slide image. A chestnut tree leaf. A view of the Mississippi river from
 Pettibone park with the paddlewheeler Delta Queen. A view of Lake Onalaska at sunset The last image of my  dog.

The five images below are of the Italian Riviera city of Finale Ligure Marina; Savona, Italy


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These are people that I know well or knew well because they are some of my friends. This page shows a view of covers created for Onalaska High School athletic banquet 
and the Christmas cover of the student magazine at WWTI. This is a image clean up of the church that I work with and attend sometimes. This is an image of my photogrphic studio.