Rod Daynes is Co-Founder and President of SuperPage Publishing, Inc. (SPI). Rod is also the main guy at SuperPage, the web project arm of SPI. He has designed the front end, user interface, and page designs for every SuperPage project, going back to it’s beginnings in 1995. Prior to SPI, Rod was VP of Interactive Media at Thomson Publishing, Boston, where he developed web and multimedia projects for their math, computer science, and language publishing divisions. Prior to Thomson, Rod was Director of Interactive Media at International Management Group (IMG), where he focused on the development of supplemental materials for major textbook publishers including Houghton Mifflin, Macmillan, McGraw-Hill, and others. Rod also has an MA in Television and Film from SDSU, and prior to IMG, Rod was a Producer at WGBH/Boston, the premier television producer in the PBS network (“Masterpiece,” “Frontline,” “Nova,” etc.). While at WGBH, Rod produced multimedia projects for the PBS science series, “Nova”. Through SPI’s Thunderhead Video subsidiary, Rod produces video projects for SPI’s clients. Rod is an early multimedia innovator. Over his career, Rod has designed and produced web and interactive multimedia projects for organizations including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the National Science Foundation, the National Geographic Society, 3M, AT&T, IBM, Apple, Sony, JVC, Nissan, and many more. Rod is also a landscape photographer, thus the (award winning) shot, above, of a Desert Juniper, on the “Edge of the Wedge”, a mini-grand canyon in the San Rafael Swell, Utah. He does his best to document the beautiful but endangered desert regions of Utah, Nevada, and California. He loves to ski. Skiing and photography were among the main reasons he moved the company from Boston to Salt Lake City.