Ten years ago I was shooting assignments with a medium format camera and a Polaroid back, had recently changed my company name from Wide Angle Productions to AlaskaPhotoGraphics, started an infant website, and made the seemingly tenuous decision at the time, to hire an employee. Wow, how times have changed since then.
Today, amongst many changes since then, marks the last day of my employee of 10 years. Andrew Johnson has developed into a skillful digital specialist and contributed his excellent technical and creative skills in co-shaping my present day business. He is moving on to broader horizons, in which, I expect him to do top notch work.
Andrew was largely responsible for scanning and moving my entire file cabinets of film images to an online platform, and developing our digital studio of computers and fine art printing. He also handled much of the office management in my many days of absence when in the field photographing. And assisted me on countless assignments.
Some of you who have either worked with Andrew, or had him do work for you, know of his competence . So with fond reflections of a decade, the future will be as full of changes as the past–going from good to better. Cheers Andrew