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A highlight of my commercial career.  I was lucky to get the shot as it was a wimpy storm producing only two series of bolts, but I am proud to have LIFE magazine select it for their August 1993 cover.  It was a photographer's dream come true.








I became a part time press photographer (a stringer) for UPI after moving to Tucson in 1976 thanks to my colleague Dennis Makes and an understanding boss, Cliff Pollack who let me shoot the assignments while working at the UAHSC Biomedical Communications Department.  Dennis taught me how to shoot baseball because the Cleveland Indians held their spring training games at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson.  During a March game, manager Frank Robinson got into an argument with the ump about a Milwaukee Brewer runner on third who picked up the ball and whether or not he was out.  I was in perfect position to get Robinson's from behind arguing with the ump, a shot Dennis had taught me never to pass up.  I came to work the next day to find congratulations from everybody on the staff.  I scooped all the local newspaper photographers grabbing the Sports Front Page out from under them.  As a UPI stringer I had to travel, shoot a roll, process the film, print a picture, drive back to the UPI office, caption it, and send it out on the wire all for $15!  Then I had to make up for my lost time on the night shift.  When Dennis and I asked for more money, we were fired and so ended my brief but fun press photography career.




October 8, 2012 light micrograph of meninigitis bacteria (upper right) appeared on ABC World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer.










My light micrograph of anthrax bacteria in the NY Times, Week in Review, Sunday, February 8, 1998.  After 9/11 this micrograph got a lot of coverage through my agent at Science Source in New York.  It was published in Time, Newsweek, ABC News and elsewhere.







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