Collectively, our group has over 50 years of GIS and cartographic experience. We have the ability to create complex, high-quality web and print-ready maps for a wide variety of applications, including real estate, marketing and media, urban/environmental planning, higher education and the entertainment industry.
Jay Foreman, a native of New York, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in 1994 and his Masters in Geography/Geographic Information Systems in 2000 from the University of Oklahoma. Jay has been producing print, web-ready and interactive maps his entire adult life, and has unsurpassed knowledge of the North American geographic and demographic landscape.
Jay’s first professional position as an independent contractor began in 2000 when he was hired by the San Francisco-based e-commerce site Hotwire.com to create and manage all GIS data and maps published on their web site. In 2002, Jay became the GIS Coordinator for a Bay Area seismic/geohazards firm of earth science consultants, where he built their GIS services from the ground up. Some of his GIS projects included geologic mapping, geohazard site assessment, seismic monitoring and spatial analysis. As GIS Coordinator, Jay mapped seismic hazards for state and federal agencies, as well as private industries.
Capitalizing on an immediate opportunity to produce maps on a much larger scale for the real estate industry, Jay founded Red Paw Technologies in 2003. By pooling the talents of former colleagues from the University of Oklahoma as well as other talented and creative individuals, Red Paw Technologies is now in its 19th year and continues to produce the highest quality map products available.
Jay Foreman lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife and two cats. Jay is an avid hiker, skier, weight trainer and pet lover who enjoys the precious few moments of the day when he’s unplugged from technology.
Kelly Pereira is a Massachusetts native, transplanted to Colorado at an early age. Kelly has 25 years of design experience originating in the analog world of offset printing and evolving into the world of digital design. As a Creative Director Kelly has been responsible for leading creative teams in the production of large format graphics, branding, and the engineering of commercial and custom one-off vehicle graphics. While a design engineer Kelly worked closely with some of the world’s top manufacturing companies to innovate new methods of capturing three-dimensional data to ultimately be used for design.
When not pushing pixels for work Kelly has a passion for photography, exploring the world and raising his three children.
A native of Oklahoma City, Todd Fagin is a mapping professional with more than ten years experience in the GIS profession. Todd received a Bachelors of Art in Letters from the University of Oklahoma in 1993. He returned to the University of Oklahoma in 1997 in order to pursue studies in Geography. After completing the equivalent of a second Bachelors and a Master’s in Geography, he completed his PhD in 2008.
Todd’s mapping career began in 1998 as an intern in the GIS Division at the City of Norman, Oklahoma. Since that time, Todd has worked as a GIS/mapping professional in a number of capacities, as a GIS instructor at the University of Oklahoma (OU) and Moore-Norman Technology Center, and as an adjunct professor at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) and a visiting assistant professor at Oklahoma State University (OSU). Todd currently holds the position of GIS Specialist and Senior Cartographer at Red Paw Technologies, while continuing to teach at both OCCC and OU. In addition to map design, Todd is interested in web-based GIS applications, database management, enterprise GIS solutions, GIS database design, GIS education and outreach, biogeography, landscape ecology, and natural resource management.
Daniel Milbrath, a Maryland native, has four years of experience in GIS from both the public sector and academia. Two years of this experience has been with the Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative, where he digitized residential properties for towns in Delaware, surveyed properties, and ran quality control on Maryland FCC Fiber lines. As a teaching assistant, Daniel taught students how to properly utilize GIS programs and worked cooperatively on projects. Daniel has a solid understanding of GIS administration & management, cartography, and geography. Daniel holds a Master of Science Degree in GIS Management from Salisbury University, as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geography with tracks in Atmospheric Science & GIS. As a recent graduate Daniel is still very much involved within the geography community, most recently completing a five-year GIS strategic plan for the City of Signal Hill in Southern California.
Daniel moved to Denver with his girlfriend and dog to hike & climb the beautiful Rocky Mountains, ski, snowboard, camp, and enjoy everything else Colorado has to offer.
Rachel Anglin is a native and life-long resident of the Albuquerque, New Mexico area with a background in finance and real estate. Rachel has worked with several major financial institutions and has been active in the administrative functions of an Albuquerque-based commercial real estate firm as well. Joining Red Paw Technologies in 2011, Rachel is currently responsible for various research, marketing and communications projects.
Rachel is a mother of three who takes advantage of the Albuquerque’s great weather and scenery by hiking and running the foothill trails of the Sandia Mountains.