did in 1986, we typecast ourselves as the
loud and brash, versus dignified and precise. Only we took a very
In Tina's career, she often contracted
professional photographers and artists, and in return for her contracts,
they sometimes gave her great deals on their services, as was John
Engstrom, the photographer who took this great shot in his studio.
Tina is wearing her business-best, and
Roger is back in uniform for the U of M, starting his third stretch
with the Marching Band.
The photographer was very patient in
directing us (and taking direction from us at the same time), trying
to get just the right expressions of wild-eyed partisanship, and
only slightly amused tolerance. He did a great job. It was a real
privilege to work with such a fine professional as he was.