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Greg Self Portrait

IT Consultant and Freelance Photographer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Phone: 801.815.5689 or Email: greg (at) snapjag.com


My name is Greg L. Wright and I love computers and photography. For many years I have been involved with technology since I was small. Gadgets are always in my possession to be able to evaluate them and know as much as I can to use, train, and help others to use them better.

Commitment

As a go-getter and expert in my field, I help people by providing creative solutions to problems. I can fix most anything and solve any problem, try me … I offer the following services:

  • Objective advice such as an independent critique on how customers and prospects perceive your business image, communications and messages.
  • A technical consultant that can offer a solution and advice that surrounds new technology and ideas.
  • Web site strategist that helps to draw in and retain customers.
  • Independent opinion for a new look at a business problem that will have people admiring your efforts.
  • Direction and implementation: technology direction coupled with the ability to provide the tools and strategy to implement the solution.
  • Creative business materials from a perspective that combines print/web technology with personality and a friendly and unique style.
  • Meaningful content that attracts visitors to your web site so they will stick around to read and revisit in the future.
  • A partner with proven success and that your clients and prospects will recognize and respect.

Technology & Hosting

I have been involved with computer information technology, creative designing, and photography for a very long time; now for over 25 years. There have been countless ups and downs, failures and successes, which has helped to realize what boundaries exist. Yet at the same time gaining the knowledge about success and rewards which only come from pushing those boundaries and breaking them to make unimaginable things happen. I’m learning new things everyday keeping up with the standards and new technologies.

I am happy to offer my experience in technology, photography, and digital art to help businesses grow and mature.

Photography & Graphic Design

I’m also an avid photographer and have pursued many opportunities to catpure memorable moments to put on public and private display; I have sought to excel in many areas with only the finest expectations and amounts of detail. I associate with people that are extremely talented and know what they’re doing … that makes up my strategy of the company to be successful and profitable. It is to provide exceptional service and products that are above average.

With this incessant knack of detail I wish not to settle for anything less than the best. You can bet that you will receive the same output on your project as I take ownership with my own endeavors. With this, at a moment’s notice, I can surprisingly capture a moment of divine creativity. I pursue the most adventurous and challenging avenues in both my career and personal life.

My life-long life motto is in business is “a job is as good as you make it”.  It always drives my ambitious side and elevates me to many surprising heights with nothing short of awe-inspiring rewards and results.

Where it all started

My parents have always been advocates of technology, the arts, and sports. Early in my youth I was involved with, and attended many concerts, plays, and sporting events. Going to the symphony was always difficult at first, but realized how much the music was soothing and helpful to an over-active child. It brought balance to many areas of my life.

I was encouraged to play a musical instrument (drums and saxophone). I was involved with soccer early on in my childhood. My dad bought an Atari 400 and back when and, well…, I have enjoyed since then programming computers, designing software,  creating solutions, and playing games (without hesitation).

Many events have led up to what I know to do and the feelings run deep and strong in what I want to accomplish. While playing soccer in High School, a news photographer attended one of our games and took photographs of us. He presented them to the team and my parents bought them all up. I had never seen myself play before and our family didn’t have long lens equipment to get great close-up shots. I vowed after this time that I would “pay it forward” and help others to have the same great reward.

The only thing I wouldn’t want to pay forward is the $300 phone bill I got socked with when I spent many waking hours on CompuServe downloading stuff. Boy those were the days.

There have always been opportunities to help others with their computers. I have excelled in computers my entire life and gifts were identified early that helped me to narrow my focus. Nothing feels better than knowing exactly what you can accomplish and what you want to achieve, and most importantly, that helping others is the fulfilling reward.

Give me a call – 801.815.5689.

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