Selected Partial List of World-Wide Client Features

Museums, Archival Labs & Elite Photographers


Danny Thomas Children Center


18 ASMP Members

Barry Goldwater Foundation

(Recent exhibit in Scottsdale & scanned images appear in

Arizona Highways.

3 Sony Artisans of Imagery

8 CANON Ambassadors

2 NIKON Ambassadors

Mirko Panic - Rupublic of Serbia

NSW Dept. Of Planning, Emvironment - Maitland, NSW Australia

Pigozzi Collection - New York

Nova Scotia Museum - Halifax Nova Scotia

Lenanthal Collection - New York

Wright Collection - Lapel, Indiana

Instituto Mareira, AV Paulista, Spain

Cloud South Films - Napier, New Zealand

Penobscot Marine Museum - Seaport Maine

Film Users Unlimited - Stuggart, Germany

Collier Collection - Cody, Wy

Leekley Collection - Anahola, HI

Schoenhals Collection - Chicago, Tulsa OK

Barry Goldwater Collection - Atlanta, Georgia

Sorbonne Collection - Paris, France

Elias Collection - Chicago, Illinois

Esadosa Moejua Sur Collection, Buenos Aires, SA

Kollczynsk Collection - Orlando, Florida

Myers Collection - Greenville, SC

Stokes Collection - Jefferson City, MO

Lytle Collection - San Antonio, TX

Mersereau Collection - Chevy Chase, MD

Taft Collection - LaMesa, CA

Blake Collection - Dublin IE

Kraft Collection - Fargo, North Dakota

Stanley Collection - Dallas Texas

Picture News Agency - Stocholm, Sweden

Gertler Collection - Golden, CO

Celebrity Collection - Las Vegas, NV

Pasco Collection - Parkville, MD

Rodges Collection - Las Vegas, NV

Malashenok Collection - San Franciso, CA

Dhamers Collection - Glen Ellyn, IL

Dewees Collection - Weehawken, NJ

Heubeck Review - Diespeck, Germany

Osborne Collection - Port Townsend, WA

Video Syncracies - Burlington, VT

Shultz Collection - Allentown, PA

FitzPatrick Collection - Highlands, NC

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

Claflin University - Orangeburg, SC (3 in Use)

Greene Collection - New Castle, VA

Whitman Collection - Arlington, VA

Lippert Collection - Altamonta Springs, FL

Lesnick Collection - San Franciso, CA



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