ArcImaging Team

David Livingston, Ph.D., ArcImaging Archaeologist


1984-1988 Andrews University, Berrien Springs MI, Ph.D. in Archaeology and Ancient History
1967-1969 Dropsie University, Philadelphia PA, Graduate Studies in Ancient History
1966-1967 Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield IL, M.A. (honors) in O.T.

1966 Inst. Holy Land Studies, Jerusalem, Archaeology/Hebrew
1951-1954 Pgh.-Xenia Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh PA, M.Div. in Theology
1948-1951 Wheaton College, Wheaton IL, B.A. in General Science
1946-1948 Junior College, Washington IA, Diploma General Course


1995 to present Associates for Biblical Research, Director, Ephrata PA, Staff member
1975-1994 Associates for Biblical Research, Ephrata PA, Director
1976-1979 Presby. Ch. in America, Huntingdon Vly PA, Founding pastor (part time)
1975-1976 12th UPUSA Church, Kensington PA, Pulpit supply
1972-1975 Campus Crusade for Christ, Philadelphia PA, Lay Ministry
1974 Same, Seoul, Korea, Explo 74 Coordinator
1969-1972 Associates for Biblical Research, Willow Grove PA, Founder and Director
1967-1969 UPUSA Church, Huntingdon Vly PA, Asst. Pastor
1955-1967 The Evangelical Alliance Mission, Korea, Church planter, College President 5 years
1952-1955 UPUSA Church, Taylorstown PA Pastor
1943-1946 US Navy Pacific area, Aviation Electronics Tech., Second-Class Petty Officer
1941-1943 Livingston Ag. Chemicals, Washington IA, Ag. chem. applic. and sales


Dr. Livingston has directed fifteen seasons of excavations at the Associates for Biblical Research's site for Biblical Ai (Khirbet Nisya, 11 miles north of Jerusalem). His doctoral dissertation was a complete report on six seasons of excavation at Khirbet Nisya. He has participated also in excavations in Jerusalem, Jericho (twice), Jezreel, Bourgata, and Gezer. And he has conducted more than 25 tours in Israel, Jordan and Egypt.

David Livingston has been an adjunct professor at colleges and seminaries in the U.S. And he has traveled extensively in Europe also, teaching modular courses in Bible schools and seminaries in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, France and Latvia. In the U.S. he has also given more than 50 seminars on scientific creationism and biblical archaeology.

As Founder and former Director of ABR (25 years total), and five years as a college president (in Korea), Dr. Livinsgton has had considerable experience in administration and working compatibly with others. While editor of ABR's magazine (six years) and newsletter (20 years), he has written and published many articles on Biblical studies, ancient history, and creation-evolution issues.

Gary A. Byers, ArcImaging Archaeologist

MA Baltimore Hebrew University (1995)

MA Liberty University (1980)

Administrative Director Khirbet el-Maqatir Excavation, West Bank, Israel

Staff archaeologist Associates for Biblical Research

Board Member Near East Archaeological Society

Excavated at Tel Miqne (Ekron), Israel: Khirbet Nisya, West Bank, Israel; Khirbet el-Maqatir, West Bank, Israel

Articles published in Bible and Spade magazine


B.S. in Astrophysics, Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science, continuing education in Geology

1971-1974 Cloud physics and weather modification research for C.S.I.R.O., Div. of Cloud Physics, Epping, NSW, Australia 1974-Present Cloud physics and weather modification research, remote sensing research for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado

1976 - Present Reviewer and writer for Creation Research Society Quarterly, Creation Magazine, C.E.N. Technical Journal, International Conferences on Creationism

1986-Present Volunteer engineering assistant for FM radio network of Colorado Christian University, helping establish 4 translator stations for KJOL and 1 satellite repeater for KWBI in mountains of southwestern Colorado.

1999-Present Adjunct faculty for University of Denver, GIS Department, teaching a series of 4 courses on remote sensing and image processing

1999 Contributed a chapter for book, "In Six Days: Why 50 Scientists Choose to Believe in Creation", New Holland Publishers, Sydney, Australia

2000 - Present Remote sensing advisor for ArcImaging, B.A.S.E. Institute and other researchers

Web sites:

Tom Pickett, ArcImaging Remote Sensing Support & SAR Research & Development

Remote Sensing Technician

Tom has extensive experience with airborne remote sensing technologies. His career in this area spans 25 years. He has provided systems engineering leadership and expertise in a variety of airborne remote sensing systems. His systems engineering and operational experience has been applied in the development of new systems as well as working closely with operational systems. He is also a certified U.S. Air Force flight crewmember.

1998-Present Northrop Grumman
Systems Engineer and Remote Sensing Technologist.

1987-1997 Lockheed Martin Skunk Works
Engineering Specialist

Senior Managing Partner
Cuisine Capital Partners, LLC

Gary Pryor's specialization in transactions is rooted in his extensive Wall Street experience, which began with Merrill Lynch International and the Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York (JP Morgan). During his tenure at Morgan, he proved his skills in Morgan's fixed income securities department. Pryor left Morgan to form his own corporate finance firm in New York assisting middle market food-related companies with mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance. He was a partner with management in many of the 20 plus projects he directed in Boston, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Arizona, Prague, and Nairobi, Kenya. Pryor specialized in retail and institutional food and beverage capitalization and sales/exit facilitation. He is well known throughout the food industry as one of the founders of the "Home Meal Replacement" industry.

Pryor was recruited by Arizona based Circle K Stores Inc / Tosco to manage a 217 store fresh food program and develop a hybrid grocery/restaurant, prepared foods store. Following his tenure with Circle K, Pryor joined Hunter Wise Financial Group, a California based NASD investment banking firm, as the partner in charge of mergers and acquisitions, where he specialized in buy-side representations for private equity groups seeking to acquire food-related companies. Following his tenure at Hunter Wise, Mr. Pryor acquired several food related businesses including three USDA certified frozen food manufacturing companies as well as multiple restaurants throughout the United States.

Mr. Pryor specializes in consolidation strategy and facilitation, and partners with strategic private equity and mezzanine sources of capital in the food and beverage industry. Mr. Pryor received a BA in Government from the St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY and the University of Nairobi in Kenya, East Africa.

David E. Graves, ArcImaging Director of Operations

B.Th. Ontario Bible College (Tyndale University College), Willowdale, Ontario

Certified Corrosion Control Technician, BMS Cat. Inc.

C.N.A. MicroAge Computer Centre

Certification in Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology, Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.

Ph.D. (cand.) Highland Theological College and University of Aberdeen, Scotland

David is the Director of Computer Services, Information Security Officer and Part-Time Religious Studies faculty for Atlantic Baptist University, Moncton, New Brunsick, Canada. He also teaches Archaeology in the ABU-Oxford programme in Oxford, England. For the past ten years he has been President of Electronic Christian Media, having authored The Biblical Scroll, Interactive Study Bible distributed through Egames, Inc. Prior to working at ABU for 17 years David owned two Steamatic cleaning and fire restoration franchises in Moncton and Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. During this time he also travelled with BMS (Blackman Mooring Steamatic) Catastrophe Inc., Fort Worth, Texas as a certified corrosion control technician and supervisor. He is presently working on his Ph.D. in NT Exegesis from the University of Aberdeen and Highland Theological College in Scotland. David is a member of the Associates for Biblical Research, Near East Archaeological Society, and The Canadian Archaeological Institute at Athens. He has travelled to many archaeolgical sites in the Middle East including Egypt, Turkey, Jordan and Israel. He was part of the Tell el-Hammam, Jordan Archaeological excavation project in 2005-2006.

He is married to Jane and have two adult daughters Rebecca & Jessica.

Continuing Education:

2006 Team member of the excavation of Tel el-Hammam, Jordan. Performed GPR on the site.
2005 Archaeology Ground Penetrating Radar Training, Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc., North Salem, NH.
2005 Biblical Egypt Study Tour, Associates for Biblical Research.
2004 Turkey Study Tour, University of New Brunswick, Canada.
2004 Ancient Cities & Civilisations of Western Turkey: Myth Cult and History. Classics 3373 Audit University of New Brunswick, Canada.
2004 The Art and Architecture of Asia Minor: Hellenistic, Roman and Early Christian. Classics 3383Audit University of New Brunswick Canada.
2004 Certified Packeteer training Level 1, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada.
2003 Atlantic University and College Technology Conference, (AUCTC) , Mount Alison University, Canada.
2003 British Museum - Research on coins of Smyrna in numismatics department, London, England.
2002 IBM Higher Education Technology Solutions Executive Briefing, Raleigh, North Carolina.
2002 Novell 6 Remote Management and iFolder, Halifax, Nova Scotia,Canada.
2002 Information Technology Forum on Infrastructure Security, N.B. Community College, Moncton, N.B.
2001 IBM ThinkTank, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
2001 Accpac Advantage Series Information Seminar, Grant Thornton, Moncton, N.B., Canada.
2001 British Museum - Research on Assyrian Reliefs and Ur, Private photo–video session, London, England.
1998 NAWeb’98 International Conference on Distance Education, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
1998 Christian University Global Net Conference, CUGN, Denver, Colorado.
1996 Trip to Israel, research and photo shoot for The Scroll, various biblical sites.

Suhyela Gencsoy, ArcImaging Director of International Relations for Turkey Photo (L-R) 7th President of the Republic of Turkey General Kenan Evren, Suheyla Gencsoy, Former United States Secretary of State and General Alexander Haig, Turkey's Minister of Culture Istemihan Talay

T.A.B.E.C. (Turkish-American Business, Education, & Cultural Development Committee) President Suheyla Gencsoy and her husband Tahsin live in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. ArcImaging gave presentations to a foundation along with Suheyla and then secured a financial commitment at the time. Suheyla has been supporting ArcImaging as its Director of International Relations for Turkey and has visited officials in Turkey on ArcImaging's behalf. Suheyla was also instrumental in helping promote the Kenan Evren Scholarship Chair in Turkish Studies at Florida Atlantic University.

Rex Geissler, ArcImaging President