In late 2015 I was commissioned by the Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau to produce content for the newly established Bishop Tourism Improvement District. I am part of a team of Bishop residents and Eastern Sierra locals who know and love this region and work to protect and promote it to conscientious travelers.
I have written numerous blog posts and created extensively researched landing pages, all of which have been leveraged in social media, in newsletters, and widely used throughout our new visitor guide. During the height of the pandemic from mid-2020 to mid-2021, I was furloughed and only a skeleton team was retained to manage our social media engagement and encourage potential visitors to shelter-in-place. The team maintained an active presence on social media promoting safety and keeping the allure of our big backyard alive.
I am very proud to be part of this team. Most of all, I am very grateful to have the opportunity to experience and explore this amazing place I call home and to share it with people around the globe.
The articles posted here are as published on BishopVisitor.com with links to the original publication. In some instances, especially for the longer and more complex landing pages, I have used an excerpt and encourage readers to follow the link and check out the whole page in situ.
As I have written on my image gallery page, I do not consider myself a professional photographer, however I have also produced a fairly large portfolio of images. During the course of my research and writing I realized that I need to illustrate my stories and my style is simply to capture the sights as I see them and the feelings that they provoke in me. Unless otherwise attributed, and for which usage has been granted by the photographer, images on this website are my own work. All images are subject to copyright.
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Buttermilk Road no longer carries dairy trucks from “Old Joe” Inman’s Dairy along its rough and rocky track that, according to local legend, could bounce and churn fresh milk into . . .