Dr. Ward Sanford is an internationally renowned hydrogeologist who has spent over thirty years studying and writing journal articles on the availability and sustainability of groundwater around the United States and the world. He has given professional advice on sites in Texas, Virginia, New Mexico, Hungary, Central America, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as undertaken missions with the International Atomic Energy Agency to Thailand and the U. S. State Department to Libya.
More recently he has developed a keen interest in the first-century history of Israel through the writings of the contemporary historian Flavius Josephus. His desire is now to bring those recorded events to life through dramatization in a series of novels entitled Cry for Jerusalem. He and his wife and two sons and daughter-in-law live in the Virginia suburbs of Washington DC.