If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
Most image-thieves are male webmasters, and I'm sorry to say that I've found that they're more likely to comply with a notification from a female than a male. My friend Jon and I are both photographers. When he sends copyright-infringement emails about his company, he gets compliance from about 50% of the receivers. When I send copyright-infringement emails about my company, I get about 95% compliance. Now here's the kicker. When *I* send copyright-infringement notices to websites on Jon's behalf (regarding his company), I still get about 95% compliance. I'm not even the involved photographer, but these guys fall all over themselves to be nice to me and remove the images. Is that juvenile or what? But it leads me to suggest that male photographers might consider creating a "female secretary" entity to use for their first notification to image-thieves... or asking a female friend to send the first notice.