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May 2023

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His work resulted in a 30-year career in the biotech field, where Marsh specializes in proteins and, working on the operations and manufacturing side, he has been responsible for producing various genes and enzymes used in genomic research and antibody detection kits. roughout his adult life, Marsh continued to move about the country. His wife, Lisa, is a captain for GoJet Airlines, and their careers took them to Maine and then Michigan. Lisa, though, was born and bred in San Diego, and they both knew they would eventually return, which took place for good in 2011, when Marsh assumed leadership of a small biotech company. e couple now lives in Cardiff with their two teenage sons, and Marsh, who is semi-retired from the biotech world, has returned to his first love: photography. ough no longer able to climb the way he once did, he has expanded his subject matter to include local human interest stories, "the obscure and little-known worlds that are all around us," he explains. He mentions a story he recently wrote for Encinitas Magazine on Timekeepers, home to a third- generation horologist in Encinitas who was trained by his father and grandfather in the art of timekeeping. "e store is a living example of our modern digital world colliding with a specialized, age-old field of refinement and artistry," says Marsh, who approaches his photography and journalism with all the enthusiasm he originally felt, only with a lifetime of experience that helps him to see the world through his own refined lens. @ranchandcoast Del Mar Fair 2022 Mario Mane of Timekeepers in Encinitas, taken for an Encinitas Magazine article Seaside Reef splash at sunset Sculpture Borrego Springs

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