This is Rick Boucher’s home website and does NOT cover the depth or breath of his life or activities. It is, more or less, a resume and portfolio of some of his works along with some occasional blog posts.
He has worked as an information publisher since the late 1980’s starting as the editor for the Mesa State College Literary Review magazine. That was the the first year the Review was produced using a computer and desktop publishing software. It was the early days of pre-press possibilities on personal computers. He became an information junkie, browsing library systems and online bulletin board systems.
Rick interned as a technical editor, got a job a desktop publisher in a composition department of a government organization, and then became a “professional” desktop publisher for a 200-plus page, full-color monthly trade journal. When the World Wide Web became an application on the Internet he started a grassroots website for the company he worked for knowing the Web would change everything. Eventually he was head-hunted and worked for the big company managing websites, and doing internet/web consulting.
Common threads in Rick’s endeavors are information publishing, website creation, management, cycling and skiing. Some say he missed his calling to be an educator. He says sharing his passion for and pursuing higher levels of snowsports education and training has