Apparently, there’s some confusion about my retirement…

To clarify: I am retiring as CEO and Executive Director of Videotero, LLC, the production company I founded in 1979. I am also dissolving the corporate entity and deleting all Videotero’s on line properties except Videotero’s YouTube Channel. There is one remaining project for a single client that will require our effort until March of 2018, but we will not be taking on any additional work.

I, along with my search partner, Shelley Carney, will continue to:

  1. Search for Fenn’s Treasure until we find it.
  2. Maintain this blog.
  3. Maintain the “A Gypsy’s Kiss” Facebook Page.
  4. Continue to maintain the “A Gypsy’s Kiss” YouTube Channel, updating it at least once a week with new content.

Hope that clears up the confusion.


The Announcement of my Retirement

I am pleased to announce, that, as of September 1, 2017, I am retiring as CEO and Executive Director of Videotero, LLC, my video production company. Videotero, LLC will be dissolved soon after. In retirement, I will, with my business partner Shelley Carney, focus on the search for the treasure Forrest Fenn hid someplace in the mountains North of Santa Fe. I’ve modified the About Me page to reflect the change in status.

2017 Solar Eclipse at Totality

What Shelley and I did on Monday. 2017 Solar Eclipse at Totality with solar prominences. Oconto, Nebraska. Panasonic Lumix G7, 500mm Rokinon Lens, f8, 1/800s, ISO 400. #eclipse #solareclipse #2017solareclipse — with Kevin Carney and Shelley Carney at Pressey State Wildlife Management Area.