As a husband, and a father, I love my family. I'm an artist and love ALL vintage things. They just tend to have more style and made to last (not built to fail). I have had a serious love of photography since college and trying to experiment in the lab at Herron School of Art with stacking slides, transparencies and exposing non-fixed but developed image to light. I learned on film and have very found memories of it, but am happy working digital now. I dont miss the smell of developer solution.
Learning to let things go I can't control and just enjoy the little things in life since being diagnosed in 2008 with a liver disease called Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. I saw 10 doctors in a year and just freaked out trying to just get fixed and back to work and that just wasn't possible as I'm not rich or famous. My wife came up with the idea of taking a year off to travel to help me calm my mind and make some great memories with our two little ones along the way. After some research, we bought a 1978 Bluebird Wanderlodge to camp/travel (awesome rig, even at 30 years of age) and a small enclosed trailer to haul the our VW Tdi Beetle and use for extra storage. Some of my pics are from that trip. Still hoping to get on the transplant list, but patience was never one of my strong points.
I try to follow Buddhism the best I can in life. Hope you enjoy my work I put up on here and hope to do it professionally after a transplant. Kind regards to those who read this.
-- Peace, Love, Respect --