I award you the wikiwings in recognition of your knowledgeable contribution to aviation articles. -Rig0
View out my office window, c. 2010
User:Bzuk is Bill Zuk in "reel" and real life. In the past, and sometimes present and future, I have been an author, filmmaker, historian, photographer and artist. Much of my life has been spent as an educator, sharing a passion for writing, history and aviation with both children and adults. Long-time Winnipeg resident, I received a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education and Masters of Education from the University of Manitoba.
Working primarily as a teacher/librarian for Manitoba school divisions, I also taught Art, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies and created new libraries in three different school divisions as well as integrating a computer curriculum. I also conducted research for the Manitoba Textbook Bureau, Television Ontario, Manitoba Department of Education and Prentice-Hall of Canada. Publications include: Family Treasures Project,Story-Vine literature enrichment program, Convention Game,Election Simulation and Student Activity Blocks. During a two year period, I was the co-chair of I Love to Read Days Reading Festivals in Winnipeg, public relations coordinator for Canadian Images 2/Media and Technology in Education in Canada Conference. I am also the past chair of the Winnipeg Public Library Board and sit on the Assiniboia Library Advisory Committee in Winnipeg.
For over 30 years, I was the owner/operator of Timeless Memories Photography, and the official photographer for the Winnipeg International Air Show. I have also written extensively for aviation magazines worldwide, and was the editor of the trade journal, Western Canada Aviation & Aerospace, and currently the editor of the History Newsreel of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society, I am also a contributor to Wings and Helicopters magazines.
Janusz Zurakowski: A Legend in the Skies, 2007 (Canadian edition, 2004, Polish Edition 2010)
The Avro Arrow Story, 2006
The Avro Arrow: The Story of an Incredible Plane... 2004
Avrocar: Canada’s Flying Saucer, 2001
How Women Won the Vote in Manitoba, 1978 (Video/Kit)
As a documentary screenwriter, director and consultant, 18 films to date are in my resume, including:
Winnipeg's Lost Airport, MTS AllStreaam, 2016
As Close as Brothers, MTS Allstream, 2010
Bearing his Soul: Gerry “The Big Bear” Barrett, CTV 2003
Zero Over the Prairies, CTV/PBS, 2003
Avrocar: Flying Saucer Secrets for the Past, Discovery Canada, 2002
Thanks for the Don R. Berlin article. He was my uncle and I always thought he deserved a Wikipedia page, but 'a daunting task' to be done 'one of these days.....' AFAIK most items have been corrected. A reading of the NYT page shows a couple of misspelled names, but..... Jeb hhoh (talk) 15:07, 22 July 2013 (UTC)
I, Onel5969 (talk), hereby award Bzuk the WikiProject Film Award for his/her valued contributions to WikiProject Film. This barnstar is in recognition for your excellent work on expanding the stub article, Without Orders. Nice job, and excellent community spirit!
Awarded 15:00, 8 November 2014 (UTC)
Hello Bzuk, Eduemoni has given you a shining smiling star! You see, these things promote WikiLove and hopefully this has made your day better. Spread the Shining Smiling Star whether it be someone you have had disagreements with in the past or someone putting up with some stick at this time. Enjoy! Eduemoni↑talk↓ 12:43, 11 November 2013 (UTC)