From the national parks of Ecuador to the mundane world of Chatfield, landscapes are windows to the soul of our planet.
I am a member of the Spanish Center for Sindonology, based in Valencia, Spain, and participated in their II International Congress on the Sudarium in April 2007. I was a featured speaker at the First International Conference on the Holy Chalice of Valencia in November 2008. San Lorenzo y el Santo Grial was published by Ciudadela Libros (Madrid 2008). I participated in "Tras La Huella del Grial," produced by Bopi Productions in 2008, and was interviewed for Spanish television in November 2008.
My background is as a photographer, graphic artist, typographer, and reporter, with degrees in Graphic Design and Journalism, as well as in Spanish and Spanish Literature. I taught university-level Spanish for six years and was listed in Who's Who in America from 2002-2007. I operated typography and graphics companies from 1980 to 1989 and have traveled extensively throughout Spain, Europe, and Central and South America.
I am a writer, graphic designer and photographer. I especially love capturing special moments, freezing them in time as precious memories, and then using a thousand words to
tell the rest of the story.
Spain, the land of Don Quixote, castles and paella, has a diverse landscape that lends itself to continual exploration.
I recently took a trip to Arches National Park and the Grand Canyon and was stunned by the strange and stunning landscapes.. Take a look at some of the images.
Spain has two world class relics that truly deserve all the attention they are receiving—
the Sudarium of Oviedo and
the Valencia Chalice.