[This page last updated March 9, 2002]
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Director, Producer, Writer
of Television Documentaries
In 1998, after 25 years in television news and related fields, I made the move to full-time documentary production. I have written, produced and directed numerous hourlong programs for History Channel, The Nashville Network, HGTV, MSNBC and the Travel Channel. For a complete list of my credits and airtimes, click here.
LIFE OUTSIDE WORK:
As a typewriter collector and historian, I appeared at the 1989 opening
of the now-defunct National Office Equipment Historical Museum in Kansas
City (photo above). I was asked to deliver a speech. I did. And now the
museum is gone. Go figure.
From 1987-1999, I edited and published ETCetera, journal of the Early Typewriter Collectors Association, which I helped found.
At the beginning of 1996, I created "The QWERTY Connection," my first Web page. A whole set of related pages follow.
My book "ANTIQUE TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE COLLECTIBLES" came out in August, 1997. Punch the link to take a look.
I am also slightly obsessed by drinking good quality coffee. To reach that particular nirvana, I roast my own green coffee beans at home.