Stephan Poag, photographer
559 McGill Drive Rochester Hills MI 48309
home: (248) 375-9245
cell: (248) 895-9395
home page: http://www.blind-eye.com
am currently completing my MBA with an emphasis in IT at Oakland
University, Rochester, Michigan. I find great reward in the challenge of
investigating and solving workflow problems, especially those of technology
application. Successful solutions involve
not only the application of IT knowledge, but interviewing, educating and
counseling users and helping them find the ‘best fit’ for their
task. I am interested in finding a
position that helps me take advantage of my consensus building, listening and
writing skills in an organization with a creative culture.
photographer position which included work with high resolution digital and film
based systems as well as user-side support for both hardware and
software. In September of 2006, Meridian
was acquired by Schawk IMR and operations moved to Chicago, IL. Although I was offered a position in Chicago, I chose to remain in Michigan in order to pursue my MBA. Since June of 2002 till 2006 I served as lead photographer for the Franks
Nursery and Crafts weekly circulars produced by Meridian Advertising. I also
provided on-site troubleshooting of studio information systems and serve as a
digital photography consultant to the rest of the staff.
October 1997 - August 1995: Photographer, Saint Louis, MO
Clients included Studio 612, Flashworks
Studio, Saint Louis Magazine, Saint Louis Home, Saint Louis City Public
Library, The Riverfront Times, Solidarity Magazine, Bruton
Stroube Studio, Image Architect, Merrick Fendler Architecture and various private clients. Specialized in location and architectural photography as well as
freelance studio/catalog product photography.
I worked extensively with various scanning, single and triple capture digital
in MBA program at Oakland University; Rochester,
MI. Estimated to complete my
degree in 2008.
MFA degree received from the Department of Fine Arts, University of Nebraska,
BFA degree received from the Department of Fine Arts, Washington University
in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO.
References supplied upon request.