"I write visual pictures to record impressions that might otherwise be lost and that may hopefully inspire others to follow."
Sometimes I have traveled alone and have seen an awesome sight or have experienced a unique moment and have regretted I had no one special beside me to share the moment. For me, somehow sharing an experience doubles its value and prolongs its memory.
Here are some of my favorite travel memories. Some have been published in regional, national and even international publications. Others are still waiting to catch an editor’s eye. I share them here, offering a window on our world that I hope will inform and inspire.
Roger William Weatherburn-Baker
Born and educated in Britain, Roger began his career as a reporter with the Financial Times in London before beginning a 30-year corporate communications career in London, Paris and New York.
He joined the communications function of IBM at their UK Headquarters in London. Four years later, he was chosen to coordinate all aspects of the visit to IBM of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, working for six months in liaison with Buckingham Palace. Following that event, he was sent on international assignment to IBM’s European Headquarters in Paris responsible for maintaining the quality of the corporation's pan-European internal communications. While in Paris, he became the first European to be named an Accredited Member of the US-based International Association of Business Communicators and was a founding member of the Paris Chapter of Toastmasters International.
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