From The Archives: Adobe Stock Is On Fire

From The Archives: Adobe Stock Is On Fire

Adobe (ADBE) has been in the news lately. The Motley Fool financial website suggests it’s one of the best software stocks around, given its performance so far this year. The news reminded me of this photo I made some years back, during PhotoShop World 2010 in Las Vegas, showing Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen welcoming faithful […]

A Simple Portrait: Connecting Past, Present & Future

Posted by on Jan 13, 2019 in Environmental Portrait | No Comments
A Simple Portrait: Connecting Past, Present & Future

Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division’s metrology and calibration mission expanded exponentially during Capt. Stephen H. Murray’s tenure. I thoroughly enjoyed his time at the helm and wanted to leave him with a special portrait, something other than the typical military portrait that so often makes leaders in uniform look like white supremacists out […]

Redlands, CA: Memories Of Palms and Groves Live On In Artist’s Work

Posted by on Jan 10, 2019 in Environmental Portrait | No Comments
Redlands, CA: Memories Of Palms and Groves Live On In Artist’s Work

While visiting a friend earlier this week I recognized an etching on her wall. The work, a small piece by Redlands artist Janet Edwards, depicted rows of palms over a citrus grove on the northern edge of the city. It reminded me of this environmental portrait, made of Edwards in 2005. I recall meeting Edwards […]

Environmental Portrait: A Guy With A Car In A Garage

Environmental Portrait: A Guy With A Car In A Garage

Sometimes the little guy wins. Former colleague Troy Lyman’s research into failing passenger seat air bag sensors on Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky vehicles like his own led the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to open an inquiry. On Lyman’s referral, I received a call from Steve Massie, design director at Automotive News, late […]