Founds American Communication Arts and serves as director.
Organized the motivating and problem solving procedure known as “Structured Brainstorming” in the early 1970s.
Narrates live opera vignettes at Verdis, a classical California showcase, for several years in the late 1970s.
The originator of the micro-graphic print series, an original art form.
Writer and director of the American Bicentennial Pageant in San Diego.
Receives the Bicentennial Award from American Revolution.
Serves as the founding director of The American Consumers Association.
Created the very first workplace graphic simulation on a computer with “Daisy Graphics” as seen in Byte Magazine later that year.
Serves as one of the founding directors of the first Citizens Patrol in San Diego, an organization that created extra cooperative eyes for the police, throughout the 1990s.
Receives the Special Commendation Award from San Diego City Council.
Authors “Good-Bye America?”
Established, with the help of NASA, “Astrophysics 21.”
Authors “The Presidential Chronicles.”
Created a series of gallery ready, virtual reality abstracts, from 2015 to present.