Having held elective office at every level of the teaching profession: local, district, state and national, Ed. has established and outstanding reputation in the labor movement community.
An Experienced Campaign director and manager, Ed. has built campaign organizations, (Candidate and Issues), from the ground up including: total strategy planning, campaign planning, design, development, staffing, training, organization, fund raising, personnel selection and recruitment, communications (including press, radio, TV, literature development and speech writing) and successful execution.
Educated at Central Connecticut State University, The New York Institute of Photography and Kent State University he has maintained a life long involvement in Photography with several awards and public exhibitions in addition to published work.
His legendary ability to analyze campaign progress and to evaluate polling data and call elections precinct by precinct has earned him the nickname "The Precinct Master".
Thursday, February 18, 2010
As always click on the photo for a full-sized view. Featured here is a Virginia Wild Lilly, a digital photo produced by a Nikon D90. Also you will find my Grandfather “John “Hoot” Carroll”, a macro camera set up with the most basic of lenses, (the great manual Kilfitt Macro Kilar 90mm, F/2.8 and the great Nikkor 200mm, F/4 Micro Nikkor). My Grandfather's photo was taken with the old fixed lens Petri (first camera) on Kodak Tri-X Film developed in Microdol-X 1:3 in the Forestville Cellar darkroom. Exposure was noted for this one...1/25 at F/4. I wonder if I can still hand hold 1/25 sec.? The cats are named Wilder and Bob. With camera in hand I have never met a Preying Mantis I didn’t like.