Michelob ULTRA says they are looking for a CEO to head west. Consider this my application!
As Vice President of Exploration, I believe I am uniquely qualified to be promoted to Chief Exploration Officer. My tenure as VP has been a successful one. From behind my desk in the corporate world, I have cultivated a side-hustle of photography that has allowed me a taste of what CEO responsibilities entail. I have been able to capture the joy of German Christmas markets, the peace of ocean sunsets, the glory of fall in New England and the grandeur of the Appalachian Mountain ranges. I am ready and able to take on the duties of the Chief Exploration Officer.
A successful CEO usually has an MBA degree. Having studied abroad, I also bring my Masters in Backpacking Adventures. Achieving my MBA was no easy task, but it opened many doors to the outside world. My MBA has led me on a trail of success. It has allowed me to photograph the night sky (above), as well as:
Morris Island Lighthouse
Schooner True Love at Seneca Lake
Gettysburg National Military Park
Albuquerque International Ballon Fiesta
I also believe a good CEO inspires the morale of those in their care and builds up their worth to the company. Letting one’s hair down and kicking back with a cold one with the crew is the Ultra experience. As a photographer, my first act of CEO would be to rebrand “magic hour“ as “happy hour”. After capturing their unique landscapes, I would raise this toast to each National Park. “May we preserve and protect you for future generations.” (Responsibly, of course.)
I am also a skilled navigator, having been able to lose myself in the Shenandoah mountains, both figuratively and literally, and then been able to extricate myself with a story that will not be forgotten. My normal commute lends itself to dreaming of where I could be and what I should be shooting with my camera. Having experienced most of my adventures East of the Mississippi, it would be Pure Gold, as acting CEO, to adventure to the Western National Parks. I am ready and willing to take on the full-time task of Chief Exploration Officer.