About

Photographer. Software Engineer. Cyclist. Dog Dad. Ham.

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Photo Credit: BWJones (https://prometheus.med.utah.edu/~bwjones/2015/05/portrait-sawyer-pangborn/)

I work in information security by day. I like to ride bikes of all sorts, make photographs, play with my dogs, and drink whiskey and craft beer.

I live in the beautiful State of Utah, surrounded by all sorts of terrain – mountains, rivers, desert, red rock, and of course the greatest snow on earth.

Sawyer Pangborn standing behind a bicycle wearing SaltCycle-Kestrel Wellness cycling kit.
Photo Credit: Matt Herp

I ride as part of SaltCycle-Kestrel Wellness, occasionally racing bikes (despite abstaining due to the events of 2020).

Photo of a handheld amateur radio unit and a Nikon DSLR

I can be found on Amateur Radio as N7SJP. I got my Technician license in July of 2020 and received my vanity callsign in August of 2020. I primarily operate on UHF/VHF bands, but dabble in digital modes with DMR.

Penny (right), awaits a ball to be thrown while Lira (left) observes.

I’m often found playing hours of fetch with my Australian Shepherd/Catahoula Mix Penny, and having my face and ears cleaned out by my German Shepherd/Border Collie Mix Lira.