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[[File:DSCN1821.JPG|300px|thumb|right|Spike]]A desendent of Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, a world renowned explorer, Spike has a similar view of life in his travels and explorations of the world.   
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[[File:DSCN1821.JPG|300px|thumb|right|Spike]]A descendant of explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, Spike has a similar view of life in his travels and explorations of the world.  He has experienced the beauty of nature in peaceful solitary settings and the horrors of war in submarines and helicopters.   
  
Spike is a multi-talented American living in the Cayman Islands.  He is a talented photographer and engineer with multi-discipline experiences in military espionage, intelligence, radio communications and visual communications.
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Spike is a multi-talented American living in the Cayman Islands.  He is an award-winning photographer who an ability to shoot while hanging out of airplanes and amid sharks on the rough seas.  He is also a lead engineer with Radio Cayman who possesses multi-discipline experiences in military espionage, intelligence, radio communications and visual communications.  He has covered numerous open water swimming events including the [[Bridging the Cayman Islands]] and the [[Flowers Sea Swim]].
  
 
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Revision as of 01:40, 4 September 2011

Spike

A descendant of explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, Spike has a similar view of life in his travels and explorations of the world. He has experienced the beauty of nature in peaceful solitary settings and the horrors of war in submarines and helicopters.

Spike is a multi-talented American living in the Cayman Islands. He is an award-winning photographer who an ability to shoot while hanging out of airplanes and amid sharks on the rough seas. He is also a lead engineer with Radio Cayman who possesses multi-discipline experiences in military espionage, intelligence, radio communications and visual communications. He has covered numerous open water swimming events including the Bridging the Cayman Islands and the Flowers Sea Swim.

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