Azusa Pacific University (Psychology)
In 1980 I started my own photography business and ran a photo studio for 20 years. We kept busy photographing weddings and high schools seniors. We also did shoots such as schools and sports leagues, sometimes with over 2000 players. And we kept busy photographing during the summer do camp groups. All of this was during the film era and we used a large number of cameras to perform our work including 35mm, long roll cameras that held 100 feet of 70mm film and medium format cameras which produced 2 1/4 X 2 3/4 negatives.
With months of self study I was able to achieve an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) certification and that led to my teaching at Empire College. I spent 10 years teaching Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. I also taught networking and security classes. I was offered a position teaching at the U.S. Coast Guard training center and took that opportunity. That position eventually lead to a Systems Administrator position which lasted one year until the contract ended. From there I spent almost five years as an IT Administrator in San Francisco. In 1980 I started my own photography business and ran a photo studio for 20 years. We kept busy photographing weddings and high schools seniors. We also did shoots such as schools and sports leagues, sometimes with over
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I taught for 10 years as a full time instructor at Empire College teaching Microsoft Windows and began the Linux program at the school. I taught courses regarding RedHat and CentOS Linux as well as other distributions. Courses I taught included the Linux operating system, configuration, backup, security, networking and troubleshooting. After leaving Empire College I used Linux in my work as an IT Administrator while performing my work in San Francisco. I currently hold a CompTia Linux + and Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC1).
I taught for 10 years as a full time instructor at Empire College teaching Microsoft Windows. For a year after that I taught Windows at the U.S Coast Guard training school in Petaluma. Courses I taught included servers, workstations, network infrastructure and security. After leaving the training center I used my Windows skills in my work as an IT Administrator while performing my work in San Francisco. I currently hold CompTia A+, Network + and Security+ certifications and have been an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer).
I spent 20 years as owner, manager and photographer of a photo studio in Santa Rosa. Photographed weddings, schools, families, summer camps and sports.
I am currently photographing real estate and architectural properties. In my spare time, I love photographing wildlife and landscapes.