A Fresh Approach to IT Services

Our Mission - to deliver custom Web, IT Consulting, Photo, Video, and Training services that are specific to our clients' needs and which enable our clients to exceed their objectives.

We are based out of Monument, Colorado and intend to stay small so that we can know and personally take care of our clients. We partner with other professionals to extend our capabilities to serve our clients, and we often work through our partners to help them serve their customers.

Scott Ross

Scott Ross

Scott is co-owner of Wave's End Services, LLC, a Colorado-based provider of Web, IT Consulting, photography, video, and training services.
The second book in the award-winning Rabbit Hole series, Looking Glass, launches in pre-release print editions at ComiCon Chicago August 8 – 11th and at GenCon Indy August 15-19th. 
It will then be released on Kindle and through Amazon in August.
I'm a bit fond of this new book by client and colleague VJ Waks, perhaps more so because I created the cover.  Cover art is its own special creative process, tag-teaming with the author.  There are over 100 separate elements from three composited images in the cover, each created and placed in discussion/debate with Victoria.
One of the things I like with Wave's End is that I get to do a wide variety of things - web sites and services obviously, but I just shot a photo spread of Colorado Springs for a new client, engaged in on a process engineering meeting this week, and and revising one of my classes for my "very large retailer" in Arkansas.
To learn more about Looking Glass, and the other books in Victoria's stable, go to RabbitHoleTheNovel.com.
What a fun thing to do in the summer.
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blackforestfireSteve, Lisa, and their three children lost their home in a few minutes Tuesday afternoon when the Black Forest Fire (#blackforestfire) blew up around them.

Steve bought the forested lot more than 30 years ago.  When he and Lisa married, they camped on the site while building the garage themselves.  The lived in the garage while building the house stick by stick over several years.  They have added onto it and updated it themselves through the years.

We have known Steve and Lisa since the mid-80s.  We enjoyed their home deep in the forest north of Colorado Springs, even before we moved south from Greeley in 1996. We have stayed connected while the children that we have been blessed with have grown up. 

That part of the burn area is still too dangerous for them to visit.  I don't know what they will do next.  They have family in the area and a strong church to support them.  They are heartbroken but they are survivors as are the 370+ other homeowners who literally saw a portion of their lives go up in smoke (the white smoke above tends to indicate grass and forest, the darker smoke is usually buildings).

Part of what makes their loss so touching is the story that goes with the home, the emotional investment that we all can identify with when we learn of security threatened and lives changed.  Stories have that unique power to move us and we don't embrace them enough in our own lives. "We are our stories"

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