Founder and CEO of Image DESIGN, is a graphics and video designer for clients needing logos, branding packages, marketing kits and websites. His creative projects begin with conceptual development and end with complete product rollout in many fields including prints, new media, and broadcast.
PHD, CEO Winner of 2012 (AHAC) Arizona Historic Advisory Commission's Historic Centennial Legacy Project Award for his documentary, "Route 66, Arizona. This documentary was featured in the film festival at the 2014 international Route 66 festival in Kingman, Arizona, producer / Director of numerous historical documentaries which feature many interview and stories of significant historical importance. Norm is also a Producer / Director of numerous industrial and promotional videos, as well as commercials. He is a Arizona native and native American, a license airline transport pilot, flight instructor, commercial helicopter pilot, writer and performer of many songs used by NBC and featured world wide on the weather channel, and on Sirius satellite Radio USAF
is a journalist/photographer with the Prescott Newspapers, Inc., where she covers government, education, arts and entertainment, and community events. She approaches her interviews with compassion and insight, seeking the core truth in people and stories.
Born in Burlington Vermont, Bruce spent almost 20 years of his adult life as an electrical contractor specializing in control wiring in five states.
Photography has always played a role in Bruce's life. In 1956 his parents gave him a Brownie Bullet camera for his eighth birthday. The love affair with photography was born. The smell of bakelite from the inside of the camera is still a reminder of days gone by. Ten years later, still taking pictures, he decided to be professionally trained. The army had a photography program that intrigued Bruce, so he joined. Taking pictures of kings and queens, traveling around the world sounded like a lot of fun. After intense training with the speed-graphic camera and learning darkroom skills, Bruce was told his assignment wouldn't be as glorious as he had hoped. Off he went to Vietnam to as a combat photographer.
Today the love affair with photography lives on. As a certified professional photographer, and a master photographer Bruce has learned to give the best of himself to his customers. He has blended the artistry of two famous photographers into his carefully crafted images of distinction. For years Bruce has been fixated in capturing the stories of his clients through their eyes, making their eyes and facial features become the heart of their story. As Bruce would say "this is the part of the craft that comes from within, it can't be taught, it has to be felt. Still studying his craft Bruce feels there's a lot more to learn as a professional photographer, so he can give even more value to his customer.
In March of 2011 Bruce won Best of Show for his image titled Enduring Moments, along with first and third place from ACCC. One of his images was selected by the Centennial Committee to represent the Navajo Nation for the Arizona Centennial. January 29th, 2012 he was chosen by the
Arizona Professional Photographers Association as one of the Top Ten Photographers of the year. May 7th 2013 Bruce was again selected as one of the Top Ten Photographers of the year, and the number one portrait photographer of the year, taking both 1st and third place. In 2014 Bruce again became Top Ten Photographer of the year. Also in 2014 all four of Bruce's image merited with the International Print Critique. In 2016 and 2017 Bruce's images scored high enough again to place him in the Top Ten Photographer of the year category.
Maria Steiner has been a professional Make-up artist since 1993. She has a diploma from the John Robert Powers School of make-up artistry. She also is a licensed cosmetologist graduating from the California Hair Design Academy. Soon after graduating, she began her career by starting a business as a Beauty Shop owner in San Diego. She expanded her experience to include working with Glamor Shots where she refined her skills with preparing models for photographic sessions. Maria has also spent many years working with Merle Norman Cosmetics through a personal association with a Studio owner in San Diego. After moving to Arizona in 2005, she established herself at the Grand Canyon as a make-up artist for Weddings and events held at the Grand Canyon ensuring Brides and their bridesmaids look their best for that special day.
Maria is also currently employed in the nursing field specializing in care for seniors. At the same time she is working with Aiyana Studios with award winning photographer Bruce Roscoe as a make-up artist. She is compassionate about combining both of her career interests to help older adults look their best when taking portraits, or creating a “life story” DVD. Her outlook was recently quoted in a news publication as saying “When I look into their eyes I see what beautiful people they were when they were younger, and the beautiful people they are now.” Maria currently resides in Prescott Valley AZ.