Meet the DuncanPutman.com Team

DuncanPutman.com is an online magazine founded in 2017 by Trucking Industry Photographer and Journalist Duncan Putman and Trucking Industry Veteran Mark Harter, whose focus is dedicated to showcasing The Trucks of the Trucking Industry.

DuncanPutman.com contains extensive features and services for our website visitors, members and customers interested in modern, antique and historic Class 8 Commercial Vehicles.

Whether you are a trucking enthusiast, a driver, an owner-operator, a company operating a fleet of trucks or a dealer providing sales and service to the industry, DuncanPutman.com has a website feature for you. If you have any questions or comments or how we can assist you, we would love to hear your feedback.

Meet the DuncanPutman.com Website Staff below!

Meet the DuncanPutman.com Staff

DuncanPutman.com Editor-In-Cheif Duncan Putman with a 1959 Mack B61T
DUNCAN PUTMAN
  • Editor-In-Chief
  • Principle Photographer

Duncan Putman was born in 1952 and became interested in trucks at a very young age. Putman’s father managed various livestock (mostly cattle) farms until Duncan was ten years old, enabling him to experience trucks and to have the opportunity to ride around in the farms’ trucks as well as in visiting rigs making deliveries.

Starting in 1962, Duncan lived in various foreign countries until 1970, when he came back to the United States, received his bachelor’s degree in Radio-TV-Film production from Temple University and became an avid photographer with a focused interest in trucks.

Mark Harter and Duncan Putman pose for a self portrait together in the wheel hub of a Mack B-Model in 1992
DuncanPutman.com website founders, Mark Harter and Duncan Putman, May 2017
DuncanPutman.com Website Administrator Mark Harter with a 2007 International 9900ix
MARK HARTER
  • Website Administrator
  • Contributing Photographer

Mark Harter will tell you that he’s been involved in the trucking industry since the day he was born in 1975. From the time he was a young child, all Mark ever wanted to be was a truck driver.

Harter’s father worked for Sears, Roebuck and Co. for two decades which involved many job transfers during the late 1970s and into the 1980s. While most kids his age would have been unhappy about pulling up their roots, Mark was always excited every time he moved because he knew a big Atlas Van Lines tractor trailer would be parked in front of his house on moving day.

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