About Me? My Story?

Well, here’s a quick “About Me” – Am I just another blogger, another photographer, another Photoshopper and another guy named Tony?

Maybe, I don’t know (nor do you). I’ll admit that I am new to blogging in general, still on a quest to see what all this blogging stuff is all about. I’m not new to all the other descriptors above though, especially being a Tony.

I am well known in my own little universe for my skills and knowledge in many odd areas, from electronic design, to music, to yes, photography and Photoshop, with a lot of oddities in between. I also like to write & teach, as a way to get a lot of this crap that’s in my head out, and to hopefully educate and entertain others in the process.

My background – I’ve been a self-employed/multiple biz-owner, serial entrepreneur for over 25 years. And married for 35 years.

I’ve mostly been an electronics consultant/design engineer in the commercial and professional audio/video & pro-music world – Think large sound systems and video displays in places like live concerts, churches, auditoriums, corporate boardrooms, recording studios, museums and military command centers. Need something designed and built – The difficult I can do right away, the impossible may take a little longer, but I’ll make it happen. Either way, I’m the go-to guy with a very wild and intuitive design mind.

I’m also a semi-pro photographer that co-owns a photo gallery and digital photo lab. I shoot mostly landscapes in the mountains – Which gives me a chance to go out and climb them. I also shot a lot of macro, abstracts, oddities and fine art.

Also, as part of Alternative Focus, we lead a series of photography and Photoshop workshops, along with Apple computer classes. I’ve added Lightroom now and will add Aperture classes soon.

Being in the Pacific NW and Washington state, allows for a very diverse range of locations from the ocean to rain forests to the mountains to shoot and teach at.

I think that’s enough jabbering for now. Now it’s time to figure out how to lay out the rest of this site. I’ve started with Blogger, WordPress is more flexible, but also has a steeper learning curve – still learning more each day.

Thanks for reading this so far, stay tuned as new changes are brought along,

Tony aka Master of Madness.

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