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Experience

2017- present

For me, astrophotography is a medium for revealing the beauty and drama that is captured in the ancient light of the cosmos. In making my photographs, I use the classical approaches of fine art photography, including framing, color, movement, depth, and texture to compose images that have emotional impact. I strive to create visual experiences that evoke a sense of familiarity and connection, and offer the viewer a portal to a deeper level . . . a window to see and feel their connection to the Universe.

 

Represented by Gallery Sur, Carmel, CA and Waterfall Gallery, New York, NY

2002- present

A national non-profit organization focussed on developing and distributing teaching and learning solutions that help every person accomplish their academic and career aspirations. Its cornerstone projects are EdReady (www.edready.org), college math and English readiness system for students and institutions, and HippoCampus (www.hippocampus.org), an open educational resource for students and teacher. EdReady and HippoCampus are used by millions of students in all 50 states and have been adopted by schools, systems, and states nationwide. Gary was a grantee of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

2002- 2006

Produced the television special, Voyage to Kure, the inaugural episode of the PBS series, Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Adventures. The documentary film was cited by President George W. Bush as his inspiration for the establishment of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands National Monument (Los Angeles Time, June 15, 2006, http://articles.latimes.com/2006/jun/15/nation/na-hawaii15), creating the largest protected marine area in the world. The National Monument was renamed in 2007 to the traditional Hawaiian name, Papahanaumokuakea (http://www.papahanaumokuakea.gov), and in 2010 was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

1997-2002

NETg was a pioneer in providing e-Learning solutions to many of the largest corporations in the world, including Shell, IBM, AT&T, Honeywell and Motorola. NETg developed a library of more than 1,200 multimedia-based IT courses, grew to more than 800 employees, and had offices in 30 countries. NETg was acquired by Thomson Corporation in 2001.