My book is representative of my travels from the 1960's to present day. I've been a working photographer starting off stringing for newspapers and wire services to contract photography for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, TIME MAGAZINE, HBO, rapidly followed by a brilliant career with Corporate and Advertising Clients like IBM, AT&T, Bell, Apple, Nikon, Canon, Xerox and many of the Fortune 500 companies. The book describes how my career changed from month to month, year to year, decade to decade and the ability for me to change direction and have new a new fit for instance going from analog to digital - it doesn't get more intense then that. It's like going from 1840 to 2020 in one second. I'm still amazed by the leaps and bounds photography has taken. Probably the most important aspect has been all the great people who've helped me in my career. There are too many to name but just a few are - W. Gene Smith, Alfred Eisenstadt, John Dominis, John Morris, Howard Chapnick, John Zimmerman. It just goes on. I've been fortunate enough to photograph some of the most influential people of the 20th Century. The majority of my friends are some of the finest artists of our times. The Dennis Wheelers, The Paul Laddins, The Will Barnets, and so on. I've received my doctorate degree in world travel. I've been around the world twice. Planning on one more trip before going to the Darkroom in the sky.