|Blurbarian Since||September 2013|
|Name||J. Roscoe Phillips|
|Location||Germantown, Tennessee, USA|
|My Occupation||Adjunct Professor, graphic design|
|My Bio||Roscoe was born at Dyess, Arkansas, March 20,1937 and always loved to explore and record what he saw, thus his money went for film for his mother’s Kodak box camera. This trend continued and in 1985, he stuck his foot through the fence at Campo, California, and headed toward Manning, British Colombia, Canada. With the help of Eastman Kodak and Peerless Engravers of Little Rock, Arkansas, He was able to record his hike along the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail. He graduated from Southwest Tennessee Community College with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Graphic Arts Technology. He graduated Summa Cum Laude. He is a senior at The University of Memphis and will graduate 12-14-13 with a bachelor's degree in fine arts with a concentration in graphic design. He and his wife bicycled across the United States in 1999 and again in 2003. They have bicycled in Canada, China, Finland, Estonia, France, Belgium, England, Ireland, and The Netherlands for more than 65,000 miles.|
Start your own book today from US $3.99.