in St. Paul, Minnesota and coming of age in the late Post-WWII era,
a fact which provides a taste of the flavor of the worldview and values of that time and place.
Sister, Rose NYC
B.A., B.S., Ph.D. University of Minnesota
M.A. Political Science, Washington University
Attended California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo specializing in typesetting and printing.
Trained in black and white photography and printing in the tradition of the California f64 movement.
Neighborhood Based Politics of Education, 1971; Power and Process: the
Limits of Federal Educational Policy, 1974; Various academic articles on decision making, as well as on the use of authority
and the development of creativity in children.
Some published and exhibited photos.
Legislative Director for Member of U.S. House of Representatives
Task Force Director, First Administration of Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Gov. of California
Assistant Professor, Georgia State University; Visiting Professor of Sociology and Faculty, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley;
Visiting Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz;
Resident Scholar, Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA.; Research associate, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute.
Founder and President of ZANDAR Corporation, a software development company founded in 1987
at the dawn of the PC era. Creator of TagWrite®.
Photographer with interest in black and white images.