IT consultant, musician, photographer, video producer, writer, publisher, environmentalist, radio DJ, dog owner.
Likes: Brazilian Choro music, playing mandolin, cooking, gardening, walking dogs, time with my wife and kids, hanging with friends.
Dislikes: Hypocrisy, bad computer programs and bad food.
Al is a jack-of-all-trades. He has been involved with community issues for 20 years on the Olympic Peninsula and runs the The Rainshadow Journal and Olympic Peninsula Environmental News. He has been an environmental activist most of his life.
Al spent 40 years in IT and owns Mountainstone Consulting. He worked 10 years in video production producing films for many clients including the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe and Centrum, is a DJ for KPTZ, and a full-time musician playing Brazilian Choro.
Al had a mentor himself growing up, which led him to his first career in photography. His late wife started a mentors’ and street kids program in Seattle which fuels his passion for participating in Olympic Angels. Al is happily married, has two grown sons, and one grandson.
Al recently passed his second year mentoring a teen from Jefferson County.