My name is Tim Marshall (I am better known perhaps by the name of my former Engineering Technology Consulting Company "Technistrations".)
I am showing my late Maltese Dog's photo for my Home Page cover photo since he was a lot cuter than myself! "Pump" was always here with me in my home office/lab/studio and usually right here by the keyboard as I worked. Sadly he died in my arms April 25th, 2010 Please see his tribute in my Gallery.
I will be showing my new Maltese Mickey soon, who I adopted the week after loosing my Best Friend of almost fourteen years. Mickey quickly proved that he could walk in the paw prints of my little giant "Pump" and is helping to heal my broken heart. Mickey proved a natural in proving his abilities and is now my Certified Service Dog just as Pump had done before him.Mickey like Pump is a total "Velcro Pet" and I feel so humbled by what these two wonderful little dogs with big hearts can accomplish in exchange for just being loved!
I am single and early retired in Jensen Beach, Florida USA and have lived all over the world. I have a P.hD. in Electronics Engineering, Mathematics, & Medical Science as well as numerous other degrees in Business, and Computer Science. I am currently furthering my studies in medicine, mathematics, and anything else that gets in the way and looks interesting! My hobbies include Photography, Art, Music (mostly classical and New Age and I still play around with the Trumpet or Cornet, Baroque Recorder and Keyboards), I used to be an avid Scuba Diver (PADI Certified), loved biking and was a former pilot... of late I am a Disabled U.S. Army veteran. I love just about anything involving Science and Technology, History and Animals. (I also enjoy putting expensive holes in cheap targets at the shooting range when I get bored.) It is from any of these pursuits that provide much of the subject matter for my Art & Photography.
I used to own an advertising company in Louisville, KY and produced much of the post card, souvenir books, brochures, and souvenir materials for the State Park Service and other businesses throughout the state. Most of that work was done on high end large format cameras.