Who is Hal Eastman?

Hal Eastman is a native of the Pacific Northwest and a graduate of the University of Puget Sound and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He enjoyed a thirty-year business career, starting with Boeing and Ford Motor Company and later holding management and leadership positions in industries as diverse as printing, forest products, specialty chemicals, biotechnology, scientific supplies, and wireless communications. During this time, he was president of two large public companies, Fisher Scientific and McCaw Cellular (today AT&T Wireless), and founder of two small businesses.

Eastman was also involved in several major public company mergers and acquisitions, and led their operational integration. He later served on a number of corporate and non-profit boards.

He resigned his executive management positions at age 55 to pursue fine art photography. He has since enjoyed an arts career specializing in dance photography, including the publication of three books, Natural Dance, Dancessence, Dream Riders, and Vanishing Venice.

Eastman lives in Boise, Idaho, with his wife Jacque.