Daisy, and Bill Majoros, August 2014.
Majoros [bil-mah-jor'-us] - noun: an American author, scientist,
musician, and photographer originally from a tiny
village in rural Pennsylvania. He has worked as a computer
scientist on applications ranging from missile guidance systems (for
the US Dept. of Defense), computational linguistics, and human
genetics. In the early 2000’s he participated in
the monumental Human Genome Project, which sequenced the complete human
genomic DNA sequence for the first time in history; following this he
the first complete book on methods for computationally inferring
the locations and splicing patterns of genes. He holds a B.Sc.
Distinction in computer science from Penn State and is currently a
doctoral candidate in the PhD program in computational biology
at Duke University. His bird photography has been distributed by
Audubon Society, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Sierra Club, and
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, while his photography instructional
manual has been called “the bible of bird photography”.
He has over thirty years of
experience as a heavy metal guitarist, keyboardist, and composer, and
is classically trained in saxophone, flute, and percussion.