My name is Bi-Ling (Belinda Chang). When I was a 18 month old baby, I contracted infantile paralysis, commonly known as polio. But this has not prevented me from living my life to the fullest. I have studied abroad, traveled around the world, anxious to see new sights, meet new people, and have unique experiences. Yet in 2007, I contracted another movement-inhibiting disease: Parkinson's. Breaking my right fibula in 2010 was the final straw, and it's getting increasingly difficult to expand my radius of travel or to just merely move. I didn't want to just sit in my room moaning and complaining, so I began experimenting with a basic camera that I can carry easily on crutches in my limited physical condition to shoot the simple, commonplace, and often overlooked beauty around me. I was even honored with the opportunities to hold several personal photography exhibits in 2015 and 2016. I express my heart and soul as I capture pictures, and I hope you can share this experience with me.