Joined 13 years ago from USA
Mark Major is a keen observer of people, things and situations. He brings his observations to a host of subjects in order to shed light on the things people take for granted or assume without thought. In doing so, he hopes to help people see these things in a new light. Mark is a graduate of Clemson University and the University of London. Born and raised in Baseball Town, USA (aka St. Louis, MO), he is a self--proclaimed Southerner living in Florida. He also lived and worked in Europe for 8 years. He has been a guest lecturer at numerous universities around the world. Architecture, Urban Planner, Journalist, Business Owner, Fortune 500 Manager, Graphic Designer, Writer, and Poet - Mark's diversity of background is only matched by his curiosity about the people and things around us in our everyday lives.
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