Help & Services
I want to thank folks for visiting my Website and I hope you enjoy the Mt. Rainier NP photo guide and history projects (see "history" sectoin in above guide), along with the many other Web pages and photo galleries. As you can see I also produce photo cards, which are available individually as samples or 6-10 cards sets, which I provide to family, friends, professionals and organizations.
Since the Mt. Rainier photo guide I was discovered a lot of cool information about Mt. Rainier, the NP and photographing in the NP, and am now offering research help and services to photographers planning and visiting Mt. Rainier NP.
The work and goal is to assist visiting serious or professional photographers with information about Mt. Rainier and the NP as part of their photography work. There are a lot of published and on-line resources for photographers planning and preparing for a visit, and there are a lot of resources within the NPS for Mt. Rainier NP to provide much of that information. And many local professionals and organizations are available for additional information.
So what help can I offer? Honestly, I'm not sure, except I have a MS degree in Geography (Western Washington University, Bellingham), was a hydrologist for the USGS (1978-2005), and have been an photographer since 1969 and a hiker in Mt. Rainier NP since 1977. And with the photo guide and history projects, I've managed to find a lot of information and material.
Since I now am a legal (Sole Proprietor) business, the idea I have is to explore the possibilities for a help and information service for visiting photographers about Mt. Rainier NP as part of developing my personal photography business. For now the help or services will be a low cost if materials are provided or free if it's relatively straight-forward request, but it still has to fit into both your information needs and timeframe and my work and schedule.
In short, I can pretty much tell you immediately how much help I can provide if you can provide specific information and time needs. While I want to focus on Mt. Rainier NP, I will help with the other national parks in Washington state. I'm less informed about these areas and there is a lot of information and resources already available on-line through search or Web pages.
What I can do is shorten your research work and time with information, resources or links to information or resources. The photo guide has a lot of them, but not all of them. I focus those on main or home pages and not specific ones which might provide the help or information you want or need.
Anyway, it's an offer, and it's free for now. You can use the contact Web page for questions.