Daniel A. Sheridan
Drummer ~ Darkroom Technician ~ Photographer & Editor

Low-RangePhotographer & Editor

Low-RANGE Magazine

Website: www.low-range.com.

  • Photographer & Editor

    An off-road magazine with national distribution at Barnes & Noble, Borders, and Books-a-Million.
  • Graphic Designer

    Designed layout of the publication with Adobe In-Design and Photoshop.
  • Web Developer

    Designed the www.low-range.com website with Adobe Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, and Photoshop.

Low-RANGE Magazine - Articles

Rubicon Trail Adventure

Rubicon Trail Adventure - Jeep Jamboree USA
Crossing the Rubicon —this is the Trail by which other trails are measured by. The Crown Jewel in Jeeping offering breath-taking views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Article and Photographs by Bill & Dan Sheridan - Jan/Feb 2007.

 

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Nova Scotia Jeep Jamboree

Nova Scotia - Jeep Jamboree Canada
The ferry ride across the Gulf of Maine took less than three hours. What lay ahead was Nova Scotia and the wheeling experience of a lifetime.

Article and Photographs by Bill & Dan Sheridan - Nov/Dec 2006.

 

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Combat Jeep: Willys Overland Scout Car

Combat Jeep: Willys Overland Scout Car
Tim Taylor found this old Willys rusting away in a field. He then restored it from the frame up winning First Place for the last five years in a row for best military jeep.

Article and Photographs by Dan Sheridan - Nov/Dec 2005.

 

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Seven Slot Grille Trail Run

Seven Slot Grille Trail Run
7Slotgrills.com hosted this trail run in Massachusetts which showcased rigs with the classic seven slot grille. Spanning a sixty year history, vehicles out on the trail included a few Flat Fenders, some CJs, YJs, TJs, and even an H1 and an H2 Hummer.

Article and Photographs by Bill & Dan Sheridan - July/Aug 2006.

 

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Maine Mountains Jeep Jamboree

Maine Mountains Jeep Jamboree:
There was a whole range of trails to choose from at the 18th Maine Mountains Jeep Jamboree. Leading the pack, were the Flat Fenders driven by the trail guides from the Western Maine Mountain Jeepers.

Article and Photographs by Bill & Dan Sheridan - Mar/April 2008.

 

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