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Steven & Angela Townsend
Townsend is the founder and co-owner of Code 3 Images.
In addition to appearing at code3images.com, Steveís photographs are published
in classroom training materials by the National Fire Academy for the U.S. Fire
Administration. Alert-All, a fire safety education company, published one of his
pictures as a fire prevention poster. Steve's photos are featured in textbooks
such as Fundamentals
of Firefighter Skills and Fire Officer Principles and Practice by the National Fire
Protection Association and
Intermediate Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured by
the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. The January-February
2004 edition of Industrial Fire World Magazine included Steve's
photos of the August 4, 2003 fire at the Jim Beam warehouse in Bardstown.
Steveís pictures are used
by universities throughout the United States in programs that prepare nursing
and EMT students for some of the emergencies they will face on the job. The
Louisville Medical Centerís trauma teams have used specific MVC photos for
educational purposes in order to compare patientsí injuries to the vehicles in
which they were trapped.
Steve is a volunteer firefighter and EMT-FR. He is the Public Affairs Officer of the Hardin County Fire Chief's Association and a volunteer with the National Weather Service Skywarn Severe Storm Spotter program.
Steve is a freelance photographer for the Hardin County Independent. He and Angela work with local businesses to provide photographs for brochures, catalogues, and presentations.
Angela Townsend is a writer and a photographer, as well as the web designer and co-owner of Code 3 Images. She has an AAS in Criminal Justice. Angela is a volunteer firefighter and EMT-FR and a volunteer with the National Weather Service Skywarn Severe Storm Spotter program.
Code3images.com was established to increase public awareness of the critical services provided by regional emergency personnel, using photography to promote training events and provide photojournalistic coverage of responses to area emergency incidents. Thanks to the internet, this mission is being carried out on an international level. The site welcomes visitors from more than twenty-four countries each month.
Visit http://www.firefighter.jbpub.com/ for more information about Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills from Jones and Bartlett Publishers. It is available at both www.amazon.com and at www.barnesandnoble.com. ISBN# 0763722332
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