As Vice President and Sales Manager I ran the office, kept the books and ended up being the top producing salesman landing contracts with Atlanta's largest contractors. I also managed the projects successfully and kept the company in the black until we all retired.
Starting my own archtectural firm my first major clients were Freshens Yogurt and Michael Maloney, a developer. I design built a tilt up steel frame house that was framed in one day.
Partner and VP my work oversaw the creation and coordination of the working drawings and specifications for multi-family projects that evolved to a niche of interactive computerized information displays.
I had been experimenting in the garage with 3D projection systems when I learned Nimslo had received $10m from Timex. Learned much about machine shop work.
ESC was producing state of the art laser instrumentation and doing field work in drift analysis. They needed a draftsman and illustrator to document their product line.
Became interested in filmmaking while at UT and then quit school to try it out. I couldn't have had a better experience in the field but soon learned I would be working on a terrible '"Blackexploitation" feature length film.