I have a fine arts background so I can't figure out for the life of me why I didn't take photography in college. I later realized that photography was influencing my painting, drawing, and overall creative process. I use all types of cameras, film or SLRs. I have started a large vintage camera collection. I do not limit myself to certain brands. I use Pentax, Canon, Nikon, Apple iPhone, and Panasonic Lumix. I just love cameras, and what they do. They all have their positive points. I am always hiding behind my camera. I love to see events, experiences, and places through my lens. I love taking pictures, and telling stories through images. I do not just take pictures of my feet, but "feet adventures" has become my trademark in every shoot. I will try to post other things, but wanted to introduce myself for what I have been know for in my photography circle. I shall try to gain your respect by posting a variety of my stuff with a variety of different cameras. I started taking pictures of my feet many years before it was popular. I was inspired by one single image that I found. I have now inspired others to capture their own "feet adventures". I believe in a tiny way that I have started a movement in my inner circle, and now want to take this idea global and extending this in a blog while telling my story through my photography. I am a lover of shoes so "if the shoe fits" wear it! Take a picture and tell your story!
“A love letter to my camera… I am doing 30 days of Gratefulness on FB, and I thought that I would share my day two of this process. ” I am so thankful for my camera. It takes me out of myself. Helps me “focus” on what is important on the inside and the out. It allows me to create and speak my inner voice to the world. It helps me thru the difficult times, and helps me celebrate the good moments of others and myself. It is the communication device to my soul and a piece of my soul is in every picture. It is a piece of my soul to been seen and judged at the rawest of my core. I am so grateful for this instrument that allows me to create and see thru my eyes to whom it may speak” I believe every photographer feels this about their camera if they truly love what they do.”