A camera has been a permanent fixture in my hand since a young age, and after a decade sitting behind a desk, I left the world of hi-tech consulting to explore photography on a professional level. Years later, I am still in love with my job!
My aim is to make subjects feel at ease in front of the lens with a laid back, friendly and unobtrusive approach.
K4Δ directly involves children in charitable acts and money lending projects around the world to demonstrate that individual contributions, no matter how seemingly small, can improve the quality of life of others. K4Δ is comprised primarily of children as young as five, who work together to create and manage a fund which supports a variety of charities and micro-lending projects of their choice. Visit us at http://www.kids4change.org.
Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Computer Software industry
March 2001 – May 2002 (1 year 3 months)
Head of US operations and strategic growth for the Paris- based visual recognition technology company. Defined the go-to-market strategy, value proposition, and key target markets, including marketing, business development and sales strategies for N. American markets. Managed sales and business development process. Clients included the US Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (DHS-ICE), the French Gendarmerie Nationale and other agencies investigating traffic in stolen or illegal objects.
Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; pub; Marketing and Advertising industry
March 1998 – May 2000 (2 years 3 months)
Launched iXL’s Marketing Services arm: community and traffic building, online advertising, establishment of measurement systems, analysis, brand extension, product positioning, strategic partnering• Developed all processes, training programs and materials for service growth corporate-wide. Secured over $10m in revenue annually. Clients included: Quokka Sports, Netscape, Stamps.com, Union Bank of California, Mayo Health Clinic, Budget Rent a Car, Esprit, Renaissance Cruises, BV Wines.