Articles by Norm Sklarewitz

Legal Hassels in Santa Barbara

By Norm Sklarewitz | 1735 Words | Posted 12/21/1999 | Comments
Santa Barbara has passed laws that make it almost impossible for a stock photographer to legally shoot in this attractive oceanside community. Norman Sklarewitz outlines the mind-boggling red tape. Will other cities follow SB's example?

About Norm Sklarewitz

Norman Sklarewitz is a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist whose professional background includes staff positions as a Far East Correspondent  for The Wall Street Journal and L.A. Bureau Chief  with U.S. News & World Report. When a foreign correspondent based in Tokyo, he reported on major international events throughout Asia including the Vietnam War.

As a freelancer, he's published thousands of articles for consumer, trade, airline inflights, special interest and corporate magazines and in newspaper travel sections.  These outlets also include periodicals published in Asia and Europe.

He is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a master's degree from the University of Southern California. He served three years in the U.S. Army during World War II, two years of which were in the European Theater of Operations where he was a military correspondent.