I like to travel, hike, take photographs and write.
My photos are the basis for much of the imagery that inhabits the pages of my books. But my experiences with my own children and my desire to more fully explore and perpetuate those experiences is my true motivation for the RadisaursTM.
During my career in marketing and digital content management, I have worked for such firms as Eastman Kodak and Intel Corporation. Working in creative and innovative environments like that requires certain childlike qualities such as risk taking and never ceasing to ask “why?” These are qualities the Radisaurs posses.
Originally from Buffalo, NY, I know spend time in both Phoenix, AZ, and Portland, OR. In my spare time I like pretending I am the Hercules of the rock and roll bass guitar!
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I mentioned my photographs are the basis for some of the imagery in the Radisaurs series of books. I invite you to take a look and even purchase some of my images (https://www.etsy.com/shop/Triangleloveaffair). Check this site often as I am always adding new work.
The Radisaurs (rad-i-sores) are half dinosaur, half animal. In Auna Put the Phone Down, Auna’s phone seems to be the most important thing to her! Her friends want her to have fun with them but Auna can’t seem to put her phone down! Now she is at risk of losing all her friends! Read Auna Put the Phone Down, to see if Auna learns that time with her friends is more important that her phone.
The Radisaurs are half dinosaur, half animal. In T-Bone and the Lost City, we meet T-Bone–a stegophant, Streak–a giraffiraptor, Auna–a brontobee, Grover–a triceramouse, and more. In this story our friends go on a mountain biking adventure and discover a lost city. While exploring this new place, they see incredible sites and stumble upon some strange new friends. Should they be afraid? You decide!