These maps were created in an interdisciplinary cooperation between myself and Jody Russell Manning, Ph.D., professor of history at Rowan University’s Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies. I created these maps from numerous archival aerial photographs showing residential and commercial change around the former Dachau Concentration Camp, from 1945 to 2017. This research is ongoing and will result in a co-authored interdisciplinary journal article. These maps were created in Adobe Illustrator CC.
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I grew up in a small town in Central Pennsylvania, raised on a healthy dose of old school hip hop, Kool Aid, punk rock, egg rolls, skateboarding and Star Wars. Later, I played in bands, started a record label, printed a fanzine, joined the U.S. Coast Guard, lived in nine states and somehow, along the way, learned how to drive a forklift.
I earned a degree in photography from the Antonelli Institute, then spent the next decade as a lifestyle, fashion, wedding and portrait photographer, living both in New York City and Philadelphia. I then felt I needed a new challenge, one that combined with my photography background would effect change in this world. I decided to go back to school to earn a bachelor’s degree in Geography with dual minors in Geographic Information Systems and Planning with a concentration in Geoscience. I am currently attending Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ.
Earth, People and the Environment
Earth Sciences Laboratory
Environmental Science and Technology
Environmental Site Assessment
Fundamentals of GIS
Geoscience of Natural Disasters
History and Methods of Modern Geography
Introduction to Mapping and GIS
Remote Sensing / Air Photo Interpretation
My interests include geology, volcanology, remote sensing, disaster preparedness, photogrammetry, appropriate technologies, renewable energy, history and sustainable agriculture.
I live in Wenonah, NJ, with my wife and our two wild boys.
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