Just to be clear, I’m more Walt Whitman than Ansel Adams. I’ve taken only a handful of photography class, never shot film nor stepped in a darkroom. If the digital sensor had never been invented, you wouldn’t be reading this.
But it was invented and I’m taking total advantage of its ability to present the easily misunderstood city of Los Angeles. Yes, it’s a “mission” but the only thing at stake is whether or not someone sees something new.
Born in Ohio (attended Ohio University), lived in Cambridge, MA (Harvard Extension) and worked for several years as a deckhand on the Mississippi River.