I have a very cool career, even if some call it a despised profession. I’m an award-winning television news photojournalist for NBC News in Los Angeles—yeah, I know. Media. But it’s been a fascinating career. My coverage has taken me around the world, from Olympic games to political elections; from Pope John Paul’s last North American visit to major news events like Columbine and 9/11. Outside of news, I had the pleasure of working as principal photographer on several episodes of the half hour weekly show Travel Cafe, shooting in Fiji, Hong Kong, and Kauai, to name a few. I also completed a documentary on nationally renowned artist, Milford Zornes—one of the coolest human beings I’ve ever met. Man! I want to be like him when I’m 90.

I'm fully obsessed with my '48 Ford F1, Bondorella. Read about her here... BONDORELLA

My feller and I have our hobby shop, the Motor Palace, a turn of the century building in Winslow in need of some love.

I'm a founding member of an all-girls car club, The Gasoline Girls. I've since left the club, but they're a great group of ladies. Read about them here... GASOLINE GIRLS

I'm also super passionate about eating healthy, and blog about that too!

In the writing realm, I’ve had two short stories published, one about a girl who thinks she’s the reincarnated soul of a shi-tzu, the other about a girl who dreams of being a fish. Yep. My two weirdest stories. That’s what got published. The fish story was even chosen as the feature story in Flash Me magazine. I write novels 'cause it's fun to do and have written four.
I live in Southern California with my best feller, twenty-six motorcycles, four cars, and my ’48 Ford Truck, Bondorella.

Thanks for readin’!

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