This article is apart of a continuing year long series that highlights the people and experience of those that have worked closely with the Imaging Science Foundation for years. If you missed the last opening article from last month start here.
We have accomplished much over the years, and I have personally been recognized, awarded and written about for years - that is certainly not the whole story. The untold story is the years of hard work of many other ISF instructors who have made this possible. I have not done this alone, and it is time many of them have been given a voice. This is the first of a year long series where you will here from some of the top calibrators working alongside ISF, we hope you enjoy. -ISF Founder, Joel Silver
This month we will hear from Michael Hamilton...
My fondest memory - endearing and everlasting in the ISF's now second decade - continues to be Joel's tireless commitment and personal access to attendees during seminars. His unique charisma never fails to bring people, literally from all over the world, to form a collegial camaraderie during the now three days of classes. Whether prior to a session starting, during a break or at the conclusion of the day, I've never failed to see Joel seek out someone to clarify a point, show something supplemental as an aside to the course topics, or simply allow someone to interpersonally engage him. From my first seminar as an attendee in 1995 at Lansing, MI through my most recent in Anaheim this past November, I am constantly in awe at how selflessly Joel devotes himself the ISF experience.
Undoubtedly he has contributed to making my life rewarding beyond my dreams in an industry I love, as well as becoming a deeply treasured friend.
And I would be remiss to not mention Jeff Murray's countless time, toiling often behind the scenes, which has richly contributed to the ISF throughout the decades. I hold dearly in my heart, a trove of decades-long memories and experiences we've shared. I am truly blessed.
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