~ Updated 3/19/2013 ~
Photography freezes a moment in time. Later, we can go back to relive that moment, often with great clarity all because we took the time to snap the shutter.
My photography continues to evolve. Going out for a day of spontaneous shooting or going to great lengths to set everything up to perfection, every day is different. No matter what, tho, I always feel an emotional connection to my work.
The 365 Project has always been interesting to me, especially the discipline of it. So far, I have not been able to abide by the daily post. Like Yoda, I don't believe in the word "try", so won't even go there. I just work differently and, quite obviously, refuse to conform. In addition, I have many other interests, that all include some aspect of photography, and keeping up with all of it can get a bit crazy especially when deadlines are involved. The bottom line for me in life is, at any given moment, I am doing the best I can. That has always been true and will continue forever.
I've been taking photos since age 8, and haven't stopped since. My dad was a photographer and a musician. My grandmother, his mother, was an artist who worked in many mediums. I like taking all of those aspects and rolling them into one. Some of my photos might not look like photos, but they indeed all start that way.
And so, it begins again. :)