When I was a little kid, my parents gave me an old film camera - a Vivitar something or other - with a single roll of film. I think it lasted an afternoon. I don't remember any of the photos I took, but I remember how much fun it was just to look through a tiny little window, press a button, and hear the satisfactory whirr of the film advancing.
I photograph because I love to. Because it's fun. I love the simple act of clicking a shutter button and freezing a moment, or the beauty within that moment. To a degree, it doesn't matter what's in front of my lens. Beauty is not limited to portraits or landscapes. Moments are not limited to events or street photography. I'm happy to capture it all.
I still work with film in varying forms in addition to my digital work. I enjoy the process from an image conception through realization, all the way through the darkroom or the digital post-processing.
If I'm not taking pictures, working on pictures, or talking about pictures, it's probably because there's a cup of coffee or pint of craft beer in my face. I'm also happy to talk about or take pictures of those, too.
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