Creative Artist

With Camera in Hand

“I don’t remember every photo I’ve taken, but I do remember the ones that signified the completion of another level of learning.”

During my early years, my relationship with photography could be defined as rocky at best. Early cameras were of limited quality, though I did manage to capture some of the best reds and yellows that light pollution could muster. If memory serves me correctly, one of my first rolls of film, a 24-exp Kodak,with these two photos and that they were the bud that blossomed into the great love of photography that dwells within me today, alas it would be purely artistic license.

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