Director and Professor
office: 301E Seigfred Hall
ViCo 421/521 Documentary Photograph
ViCo 488/599 Interactive Media
ViCo 486/586 Newspaper Picture Story
VoCo 587 Advanced Publication Photography
ViCo 522 Graduate Seminar
Scotland Field School in Documentary Photojournalism
Selected 2006 for Robert F. Garland Educator Award by National Press Photographers Association
Selected University Professor in 2003-2004 and 1980-1981
Selected 1993 Teaching Excellence by Alumni Association
Selected KODAK Professor to Australia in 1993-1994
Contract photographer–America 24/7 and OHIO 24/7
1995-2000 Visual Research Specialist–American Forest Action Project–Folklife Center of Library of Congress
1992-1995 Visual Research Specialist–New River Folklife Project–Folklife Center of Library of Congress
- 1978 Visual Research Specialist–Patuxent River Project-Calvert Museum/National Endowment of Humanities
1968-1985 assignment photography for the National Geographic Society's books and magazines
- 1971 Project Documerica–one of fifty photographers selected by Environmental Protection Agency
- 1970-1973 Research Associate of Museum of Northern Arizona
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html (archive LOC)
http://lcweb.loc.gov/folklife/afc.html (American Folklife Center of LOC)
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/cmnshtml/cmnshome.html (Coal River Project of American Folklife Center at LOC)
Books and chapters:
- David L Hostetler, The Carver: Published in 1992 by the Ohio University Press. A word and picture biography. I edited, designed, and photographed this publication.
- Photographs featured in Working the Water, Published in 1987 by the University of Virginia Press, written by Paula Johnson. This was a result of the Patuxent River Folklife project funded in 1982 by the National Endowment for Humanities and the Calvert Marine Museum. I served as a photographic researcher on this two-year project.
- Photographs featured in two sections of the book Scenic Highways of North America, published in 1986 by the National Geographic Society. One section featured my work on state highway two, which runs through the Sand Hills of Nebraska, the other section featured my work on the upper Mississippi river road.
- Photographed the Hopi Indians of the Southwestern United States for the books Deserts of the World and Preserving America's Past published in 1982 by the National Geographic Society.
- Designed and co-edited the book, Blue Ridge Harvest, published in 1981 for the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress and the National Park Service. Material used for this book was gather as part of a National Parks and American Folklife Center project along the Blue Ridge Parkway in 1978. I was one of eight researcher selected for this three month project.
- Photographed, edited, designed and produced the book 27-1, The Fun of Basketball is Winning the 1980 book about an Indiana high school basketball team unsuccessful attempt to become state champions.
Photographs featured in the book Life in a Narrow Place, published in 1976 by David McKay Publishing of New York City. This book documents the lifestyle of some 400 Havasupai Indians in the Grand Canyon.
- Photographs featured in the book Vacationland USA, published in 1970 by the National Geographic Society, Chapter: Exploring a cherished past featuring the southwest Indian reservations.
- Photographs featured in the book Vanishing Peoples of the Earth, published in 1968 by the National Geographic Society, Chapter: Hopi: "The Peaceful Ones"