Meet the Artist
Sunday JAN 27
14440-6 Big Basin Way
When asked what sort of photography I do, I half jokingly reply that I usually use a camera. My first prints were made by placing objects on photographic paper and exposing it directly. I started out with an Argus
C3 rangefinder, older than me, got a 35 mm SLR for my bar mitzvah, with Dad and I setting up our own darkroom shortly thereafter. After I graduated from college, photography was on the back burner for a couple decades, but my first DSLR in 2008 rekindled my excitement, and I've rarely been further than a few minutes walk from at least one of my cameras since.
I enjoy all types of photography, from people to landscapes, from still life to sports. One of the things that I love about photography is that it is a mixture of both technical and artistic challenges. I find the tremendous advances in the capabilities of photographic equipment very exciting and have some of my most fun out on the ragged edge, taking
photos that would have been impossible just a few years ago.