MICHAEL KEVIN JOHNSON
VICE PRESIDENT/ PROJECT MANAGER
AERIAL PHOTO LAB, INC., Daytona Beach, FL
Vice President / Project Manager 1993 to Present
Supervises processing of aerial film, both color/black and white (developing, enlarging, printing and scanning) and production of rectified photo enlargements on all color/black and white materials. Oversees all equipment maintenance and installation. Schedules work flow of personnel and projects. Reviews layout work. Prepares reports of and maintains status of projects, equipment, purchases, cost analysis, accounts receivable and accounts payable. Established and operates an in-house color photographic laboratory with the capability of 50”x 96” rectified color enlargements, color contact prints and diapositives. Creates both color and black and white mosaics. Inspects for quality prior to shipping. Supervises processing of black and white aerial film utilizing a Kodak Versamat 1140 with chemical process 885. Supervises processing of color & infrared aerial film with a Kodak Ektachrome Versamat 1411, C-41/EA-5 chemical process. Continued employment with this company through ownership by Southern Resource Mapping Corporation, Photogrammetric Data Services, and 3Di, LLC. Established the lab as Aerial Photo Lab in 2002 for 3Di, LLC. to service the entire industry. Purchased and incorporated Aerial Photo Lab, Inc. as a partial corporate owner in January 2003.
PROTECOL, Rockledge, FL
Production Coordinator 1992 - 1993
Designed and developed position of Production Coordinator in high production photo lab marketed to the professional photographer. Scheduled workload and project flow. Entered all order information into computer system. Kept daily log of work load, progress and status within system, and shipments of work. Interfaced directly with clients and handled customer service inquiries.
AERIAL CARTOGRAPHICS OF AMERICA, Orlando, FL
Laboratory Technician 1988 - 1992
Operated Durst horizontal and vertical enlargers, Fotar enlargers and De Vere enlargers, producing both color and black and white photographs to various scales or rectified to ground control. Kept inventory of supplies. Handled shipping, receiving and mixing of chemicals. Created mosaics, enlargements, contacts and indices for final copy or camera copy work. Utilized Log-E and Morse contact printers. Prepared flight maps. “Hand-line” processed original film. Edited and titled original film.
PHOTO SCIENCE, INC., Gaithersburg, MD
Aerial Film Processing Specialist 1983 - 1988
Processed aerial film using the Kodak Ektachrome Versamat 1411, chemical process EA-5/C-22 and Versamat Model 11 utilizing chemical process 885. Worked in all aspects of the aerial photographic laboratory including the processing department and chemical support. Kept records in both computer and notebook form. Ran all sensimetric data on all processes in laboratory and repaired all equipment. Operated Kodak Niagara strip printer. Specialized in TRI-COLOR printing and reproduction quality products. Created Vu-Graphs and Diapositives. Supervised the testing of all new films prior to the aerial film products being released to the market.