Enlisted in the U.S. Navy at age 18 and became one of the military's top photojournalist, was selected to photograph the Apollo 8, 10 and 11 recoveries. Apollo's 8 and 10 were the first manned flights to orbit the moon, Apollo 11 was the first landing and walk on the moon.
Navy assignments also included: The Queen of England's visit to Boston, a three-month expedition to Antarctica with the National Science Foundation, the return of POW's from Vietnam and earthquake relief in Peru.
Photojournalist of year 1976.
Retired from US Navy as a Chief Photographer 1979. Was Bureau Chief Photographer for The Palm Beach Post at Stuart, Fl., covering three counties.
At the University of Florida, Managed the photography department for the hugh Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences collage covering the Gainesville campus plus twenty-five scientific research stations throughout the state. Photography Editor for Impact magazine. I am a former member of the Corbis and The Stock Market Photo Agencies in New York City, images have appeared world-wide.

Credits include:
Good Morning America (TV), Women's World Magazine, Max Magazine (Paris, France), McGraw-Hill (Text-book), Zefa Picture Library (London, England), Suomen (Helsinki, Finland), N.Y. Creative Service (Billboard), Johnson & Johnson (Brochure), All State Insurance (Brochure), Children's Television Workshop (TV), Intermezzo (Magazine cover) Germany, Granata (Milan, Italy), Amway Corporation (brochure), Simon & Shuster (Textbook), Pearson Scott Foresman (Textbooks) and Worth Publishers (Textbooks), Time Magazine
Other credits include:
Cover photo and inside images, Hornet Plus Three, The Apollo 11 recovery, by Bob Fish.
Every Man a Tiger, by Tom Clancy- inside images.
North America's Favorite Butterflies, a Pictorial Guide, By Patti and Milt Putnam
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