I love to innovate and invent; however, nothing can substitute hard work and focusing on the goal at hand. ...none of this happened accidently.
My “Career Summary” may be viewed at the following link <CLICK HERE>.Thank you for your interest in reviewing it.It is a challenge to briefly summarize the last 16 years of my innovative, entrepreneurial career. I hope you found my attempt helpful. <Download PDF>
My “Video Portfolio” may be viewed at the following link <CLICK HERE>.I feel the Portfolio \ Video Library is the highlight of my website.I have featured only a fraction of the Urban Simulation production I have been responsible for directing and managing.I have displayed this sampling in reverse chronological order.
A timeline of Career Milestones may be viewed at the following link <CLICK HERE>. The page samples, summarizes and chronicles 16 years of focused developments and achievements where related to Urban Simulation services and CGI efforts used to serve the local community.
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My “Dell Publicity” details may be viewed at the following link <CLICK HERE>.The campaign with Dell started after they anonymously interviewed 25 companies from around the U.S..I was happy to be selected since I knew it would allow me to interact with the very enthusiastic members within Dell’s marketing & research charged with rolling out the new Dell 360 Small Business program Michael Dell had announced earlier in 2007.
A Multipage Dell Brochure
A Mass Mailer Dell Postcard
Detailed 3D model utilizing the city's GIS data
My “Current Endeavors” are possibly the hardest thing to summarize and provide any simplified links for your review.
Many areas of my "Current Endeavors" are still under development <CLICK HERE>, but most already have at least a few impressive, bi-products worth viewing and learning more about.
The Company I have recently launched to assist with Land Development efforts may be examined at www.LANDinnovation.com
The top illustration to the left demonstrates some of my recently optimized 3D modeling procedures.
The lower graphic is a screen capture of my “Members Only” secured web service; maintained thanks to the Small Business Server’s Dell was nice enough to provide me.