Hello and welcome to my little corner of the web. Here, penned in virtual ink on virtual paper, are a few examples of events that shaped my life and provided experiences from which to write.
At present, I contribute to privately held domestic and international white papers on ethnic minority violence and civil unrest trends. However, archaeological studies of the Late Prehistoric period in the Great Basin and American Southwest remain my true passion. It was this love for the region that inspired me to publish former Senator William Coxon's (1895-1962) manuscript outlining his study of petroglyphs, to include his collection of photographs.
I completed a novel, "Greywolf" under the pen name Ashley Moray and write travel reviews. I also study commercial enterprise use of historic structures as a means to support architecturally significant buildings through restoration projects.
I hold a Master of Arts in International Relations with a focus on conflict resolution (cultures in conflict), a Master of Arts in Anthropology specializing in archaeology, and I just finished a post-graduate degree at the London School of Journalism. I am currently a member of the "Royal Photographic Society".
I invite you to peruse this website and view some of my published and unpublished works. I can also be found on various social media.
"We may never know the grand successes that may spring forth from simple acts of kindness." (Anonymous)
My Picture of the Week: Lower Terrace, Prague Gardens in July