Ronald Thomas Bennett Edit Profile
Student, Portland State University, 1967. Student in photojournalism, University Washington, 1965. Student pre-law and business mgmt, Multnomah College, Portland, 1963—1964.
Laboratory technician, photographer Station KATU-television, Portland, 1963-1965. Staff photographer Oregon Journal, 1965-1968, United Press International Newspictures, Los Angeles, 1968-1970. Staff photojournalist United Press International at White House, 1970-1988.
Senior photo editor The San Diego Union, 1988-1989. Owner, Chief Executive Officer Capital television, La Jolla, California, 1989-1997. Graphic artist, illustrator, since 1997.
International launch services mission integrator, 1997-1999. Instructor photojournalism Portland State University, 1967. Member standing committee United States Senate Press Photographers Gallery, 1980-1989, secretary-treasurer.
Chief Executive Officer, Ronald T. Bennett Photography Frameable Original Photos & Note Cards, since 1995. Director photography Housing and Urban Development, Washington, since 1999.
Religious liberty is not merely the right to remain in the religion of one’s birth, but includes the right of anyone to change his religious loyalties without fear of persecution.
Member county Town of La Jolla, California, active Associated Volume Buyers, chairman Brown Goods. Member White House News Photographers (board directors photo exhibition committee 1974-1978, 1st prize 1976, 77, 78, 80, 84, 86, 87), National Headliner Club (1st prize 1969, 78), National Press Photographers Association (1st prize 1972), San Diego Art Guild and Colorado Art Association, California Press Photographers Association, Rotary (staff photographer La Jolla chapter, Achievement award Am.Project 1992, 93), German Shepherd Dog Club.
Electrical Engineer Al and Donna Mae (Thomas) B. Children: R. Thomas, Gardina|.