I work for the Digital Conversion Unit of the Digital Library Production Service. My primary responsibility is to digitally photograph or scan Library materials that are too old, fragile, oversize, or just too odd to fit into one of our book scanners.
I have a BFA in Applied Photography from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. I have been working as a professional photographer in the Detroit/Ann Arbor areas for close to 20 years. I worked for the Detroit Institute of Arts for four years acquiring additional skills in museum and event photography. I also teach digital camera and Photoshop classes for Washtenaw Community College.
In addition to my primary duties of digitizing library materials, I am available for Library event coverage, portraiture, and architectural photography. In addition, I can also provide Digital Imaging and Photoshop training for individual departments.