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Steve Sorenson

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Steve Sorenson



Retired from the US army in 1987. Served 20 years as a motion picture cameraman and still photographer in the United States Army Signal Corp. Some of my most notable military photography assignments were:

a) Photographing the armistice meetings in Panmunjom Korea.

b) Still and motion picture documentation of army weapons and equipment testing in sub-zero temperatures at the Cold Regions Test Center, Fort Greely, Alaska.

c) Making and editing 16mm medical training film productions at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Washington DC.

d) Instructed Army, Air Force, and Marine students the craft of motion picture photography and film editing at the Lowry AFB, Denver, CO. 

Now living in scenic Overton, Nevada; a one gas station town between the mesas near the north side of Lake Mead,  75 mins from Las Vegas, 40  mins from Bunkerville, 105 minutes from Area-51.  Currently, I enjoy casino poker, terrain photography, and screenwriting.

Photography for me now is the joy of capturing the beauty of nature. Shooting animals with one of my cameras is my way of hunting. Sunrises give me the excuse of crawling out of bed, and off I go with the camera. The living colors of growth and shapes of terrain diversity seem to beg to be photographed. It is an endless pursuit to find the perfect picture that I know will take many lifetimes to find. Yet, the discoveries made along the way are the motivating currency needed to continue onward.

AS A WRITER: I enjoy writing stories about --

a) Crime that does NOT happen... but should.

b) Plausible fiction that seems truer than the TV News these days.

c) Stuff the FBI enjoys reading.

My lattest work "The Extraterrestrial Highway," featuring two female leads.  No earthling has ever known that the ETs have been among us for may years. . . Until now!

I welcome your comments.





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