believe it or not, some people have that kind of good wills that ‘frankly’ written on their faces. When you first meet them, you just know it immediately. Their faces speak for themselves “I am a nice guy”. Mojo (the guy on the right) is one of them, deep voice, Big (no wonder he own a big/ cozy/luxury pontoon boat!), and with casual dressing and loud laughing…I met mojo on the fiberglass forum, I am always amazed about his humor and his wisdom in the forum. At very beginning, confession here, I thought he must be a very crazy and talented guy, he rarely express his passion directly, but he like to throw out one or two sentences occasionally, and it will either make you scratch your head without any clues, or it will just make you bust of laughers. There is once I even looking for his posts, try to see if I can get some doses of daily humors. : ) mojo’s rod building skill is under rated, he’s more like a underground artist, super talented, but never let you see the whole picture, never rise his fame above the table. I think it has it’s cryptic, secretive, and black power in it, and of course his rods are beautiful art works! …myabe just like his mysterious band. maybe we should fish together next time! Brother! Fiberglass only! : ) This photo was taken in TU and stonefly society meeting summer 2009. BG on the left, Mojo on the right.
I am a biologist grew up with a fishing rod in my hands. I have been fortunate enough to embrace my love of art and science in my career. Most of my free time were well spent in the nature, either studying bird behavior or chasing variety of fish with fly rods. My favorite art medium is watercolors, I love the natural and spontaneous feel created by watercolor pigments. I am currently a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University. Welcome to my website. Mark