DescriptionA very cold night in Seattle, I was bicycling home and happened to look back toward the city. Stunning colors, I dug out my camera, braced it on the handlebars for a 1/4 sec. exposure. Little or no touch up. Nov 2003
Richard Pauli, Seattle Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement I think I take about one great photo per year. I shall post a few more.
I have a long career in the computer and media production industries, today he works on large audience delivery of streaming media, live webcasts, mobile and most recently Podcasts.
Raised in Arizona, California, Tennessee, New York, and New England and having worked in media production the American West, Central Asia, Canada and Peru, I now live in Seattle. Experience set includes: television photojournalism, writing, computer programming, digital interface design, interactive animation, technical writing, product development and learning new techniques for human expression using digital multimedia.
Started a photojournalism career in Tucson, Arizona where I acquired a healthy respect for deadlines. Covered stories such as the Mt. St. Helen's eruption, war and smuggling in Afghanistan, eco-cleaning the Inca Trail to Machu Pichu, and lots of local news. I claim to be the first one-man-band broadcast TV photographer to enter the war zone of Afghanistan in 1984, and please note that World Communism crumbled after the airing of my Emmy Award winning broadcast show.
Graduate of Boston University, numerous structured courses and countless life experiences. Home in Seattle. These days I grow impatient about the need for global change and the political promise of the building an information community.