Fund Manager

 

Jeffrey Sward, Fund Manager for the Porcine Fund

Jeffrey Sward has been the fund manager of the Porcine Fund since its inception in 1975. Although deceptively conservative in style, the photographs of Mr. Sward are imbued with the exposition of stark reality and a disdain for romanticism. Juxtaposition of unexpected elements permeate his photographic style. Mr. Sward combines ordinary objects and commonplace settings to create a subtly disturbing undercurrent. Often the layers of meaning of his photographs are only palpable after repeated viewing. Mr. Sward has studied photography through a variety of classroom and workshop experiences, including study with Ron Bayhan, Ted Orland, John Sexton, and Michael Kenna. His photographs have been displayed at various exhibits, including the Brea and Downey museums. Mr. Sward holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in theoretical Mathematics, a Bachelor of Music degree in Oboe and English Horn, and a Master of Music degree in Instrumental Conducting, all from California State University Fullerton. He has also been known to dabble in software and web design. The incredible success of The Porcine Fund is due in no small measure to the fact that Mr. Sward has absolutely no financial training which would restrain his pecuniary creativity.

 
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The Master of Music thesis Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire and Walton's Facade from a Conductor's Viewpoint by Jeffrey Sward is viewable at California State University Fullerton, the Indiana University School of Music, and the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna, Austria .
 

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