George Washnis wore many hats during his long and varied business career. He graduated from the Wharton School of Business and Finance, was a city manager, has analyzed some 35 cities across the U.S., and was a professor of public affairs in Illinois and Washington, D.C. He was an accomplished and published author of many books, including the best-selling manual "State and Local Government Productivity Improvement" and best-selling book "Discovery of Magnetive Health," an alternative medicine.
In his spare time, when he was not working on his latest literary work, he loved to paint. His oil and acrylic on canvas work include scenes of serene-like gardens and landscapes and the magnificent outer space, as well as rough, stark industrial scenes, and peaceful, warm feelings of togetherness.
William (“Bill”) C. Vaughan
After retiring from a 28-year career as a professional master firefighter, Bill has enjoyed a successful career as a freelance photographer. Having provided photography services for many associations, sporting teams and events, his photo work have appeared in various publications: Washington Redskins Weekly, Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, ESPN, People. For numerous years, Bill has worked as photographer for the Bowie Baysox minor league baseball team.
As a freelance photographer, Bill’s aim is to capture one-of-a-kind images that record historical, social and business events. And now, in his personal time and with his wife, he enjoys capturing interesting and intriguing images during his travel both domestically and internationally.