Ken Ilio Associates
develops and hosts websites and is available by contract for writing, photography, and editing for print and the Web.
Ken Ilio Associates
6033 N. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago, IL 60660
Ph.: (773) 784-1245
Fax: (773) 784-7647
Ken Ilio: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Dorfman: email@example.com
Ken Ilio, DVM, Ph.D. is a pioneer of the Internet, organizing online communities and building websites since the mid-1980s -- including Tanikalang Ginto (TM), the most popular human-edited Philippine Web directory, which has linked Filipinos from all over the world since 1994. In 2005 he was named one of "50 movers and shakers under 50" by Asia Inc. Despite the magazine's "Who's Hot in Asia" cover teaser, Dr. Ilio is actually based in Chicago, where he has been a prostate cancer researcher in the urology departments of Northwestern University Medical School and Cook County Hospital, and has taught biology to art and communications students at Columbia College. In recent years he has developed an interest in digital photography and has organized communities of photographers in both Chicago and his native Philippines.
Tanikalang Ginto (TM)
Ken Ilio Portfolio in Flickr.com
Ken Ilio Photography
My Islands Philippines And Beyond - stock photographs of the Philippines and beyond Chicago Photography Collective
Ron Dorfman is a veteran writer and editor based in Chicago. He was a founder and editor of the pioneering Chicago Journalism Review (1968-75) and later served as articles editor of Chicago magazine; editor of The Quill, the national magazine of the Society of Professional Journalists; and director of publications at the Field Museum of Natural History. An alumnus of the University of Chicago and the Stanford University Professional Journalism Fellowships Program, Mr. Dorfman has been a contributor to many newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals in the United States and abroad. He is the editor of Vanishing Treasures of the Philippine Rain Forest (Field Museum / University of Chicago Press) and of The Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History in Photographs (IPG / Triumph Books), among other books, and is currently editing a photographic history of the Harold Washington years to be published in October 2007 by Northwestern University Press. In recent years he has consulted as researcher, writer, editor, and/or production manager for a wide variety of organizations -- the affordable-housing and community-development clients of L.R. Glenn Communications; the Illinois Campaign Finance Task Force; the Illinois Division, ACLU; Pellett Productions (PBS documentary producers); the Mayor's Office of Workforce Development; and the Science Institute of Columbia College, among others.
Harold! Photographs from the Harold Washington Years
The Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History in Photographs
Putting Chicago to Work
Vanishing Treasures of the Philippine Rain Forest
Shattering the Silences
The Church, the State, and the Geek in First Grade