Larry has recently published a novel about free will.
Larry Kilham has been in sales, engineering, and management positions in various high tech companies since 1965. From 1993 to 2008 he was president and owner of Eco Sensors, Inc., a rapidly growing environmental instrument company in Santa Fe, NM which he sold to a California company. Larry is a director of that company, KWJ Engineering. He has a B.S. in Engineering Physics from the University of Colorado and a Master's in Management from the Sloan School at M.I.T. Larry has three patents, was awarded the IR-100 award in 1986 for the co-development of one of the 100 most significant technical products that year in the U.S., and is a member of the American Chemical Society. He has published technical articles in various professional journals and trade magazines and is author of seven nonfiction books and four novels. Currently he is focused on writing poetry with themes of living with nature in this age of digital technology.
From 1965 to 1973 Larry was a consultant with several consulting firms including Arthur D. Little, Inc. in Cambridge, MA. Much of his work was overseas with assignments in Latin America, Japan, Europe and Saudi Arabia. He is fluent in Spanish and from 1974 to 1980 he was a Latin American Sales Manager with several machinery and instrumentation companies. From 1980 onwards Larry has had several general manager and ownership positions in machinery and instrumentation companies.
In 1993, Larry moved from New Jersey back to his native Santa Fe, New Mexico and has been writing books, articles, and poetry ever since. Larry and his wife Betsy enjoy Santa Fe cultural life ranging from archaeology to the opera, and they travel together worldwide.