Born and raised in Texas.
Grew up on a working ranch, a descendant of Irish immigrants who began ranching along the San Antonio River in 1826.
Agri-culture heritage includes Appalachian farmers in North Georgia, plantation farmers in South Carolina, Cherokee planters and gatherers in Tennessee, and proud dirt farmers in Oklahoma.
Educated as an Architect at the University of Texas/Austin.
Practiced for 30 years in Florida, Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Georgia, Indiana and Hawaii.
Specialized in historical restoration/renovation and retail development.
Retired as Vice President/Tenant Construction for Simon Property Group/Indianapolis.
Founded StudioSR in 1996, a studio for multimedia art and web architecture.
Developed a network of technology consultants for production of web sites.
Acted as tourism consultant for Cherokee County (Georgia) since 1999, building tourism resources, researching new opportunities, and producing web/collateral materials.
About the Studio:
StudioSR is a full-service marketing and web architecture company, offering solutions for print and Internet marketing. Clients come from all professional disciplines, including banks, insurance agencies, historical societies, chamber of commerce, tourism facilities, and various types of businesses. A primary focus for the studio are heritage tourism , farms, and agri-tourism ventures.
• For full client portfolio and services, visit the StudioSR website.
Born and raised in Georgia.
Grew up a city boy in a small rural town.
Graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in General Management.
22 years with a short-line farm equipment manufacturer, last 4 as President.
Certified in Production Control and Inventory Management.
Recently owned and operated a 1,000 acre turfgrass farm in Worth County, GA.
Founded Centurion Enterprises, LLC in 1999 as the holding company for diverse family business ventures.
Self-educated in computer technology since 1981, including website development, server maintenance, and software applications.
Experienced with Mac and PC environments.