John’s photography, poetry, articles and fiction have appeared in The Indianapolis Star, Not One of Us, MIND, Black Petals, Mt. Zion Speculative Fiction Review, Requiem for the Damned, Shadow and Substance, RAZAR I and II, Yellow Mama, Theatre of Decay, Static Movement, and many other publications. In the visual realm, his specialties include historic photo restoration, infrared photography, and stereography. His unique Subtractive Illusion, a stereoscopic demonstration involving color-tint frequencies that cancel each other out in the brain, was featured on Corel.com for ten years. During the years John was an IT consultant and ran a DTP business, his articles were published in Computer User, Compuserve Magazine, ST World and ST Express. He also edited various computer newsletters. John has provided hundreds of images to the small press, electronic and print editions and book covers, earning Top Ten Finisher in the annual Preditor and Editor polls, as well as five mentions in Ellen Datlow’s “Best of” collections. John taught an editing class at Marian University with his wife Flo. The two artists stalk abandoned warehouses, factories, graveyards, and other haunted sites where they find bizarre inspiration for their photographic, audio, and literary creations.