"The computer can't tell you the emotional story.
It can give you the exact mathematical design, but what's missing is the eyebrows."
Here's my life story to date in a few short sentences. Really that's all that's to it.
I got my first camera at age 6. A 110 instamatic. Same time I got my first bike. A Huffy. After a few years of pictures of the family dog or my Sister or my Sister with the family dog, biology finally kicked in, I realized I could meet girls with this thing. Worked in the school yearbook from age 12 on. After high school and a few odd years of touring with the Grateful Dead, I enrolled in a tech school for computer programming. Shortly there after, I got a job with a studio running the darkroom to help pay for my education and Dead tickets. It didn't take me long to realize that writing computer language makes me very sleepy. There is no story in binary coding, only yes or no. I much preferred making images so I dropped out of school and worked in the studio full time. Who knew that today the nerds would be getting all the girls. Now here I am, full circle with a computer/camera/music/phone in my hip pocket and a beautiful wife that doesn't particularly like to be photographed and a couple crabby cats whom also do not like to be photographed. My Mom always said I like to tell stories. And I do.
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