I came to photography obliquely and relatively late. As a radiologist, I spent my workdays in darkened reading rooms interpreting “photographs” of the human interior. I gradually recognized that my aesthetic appreciation of the images was deeply entwined with the rigor of anatomic analysis, logic, and problem solving. In the digital era the disciplines of still photography and radiology have converged, and it seemed a natural step to pick up a camera and explore the greater world. In the process, I found respite in feeling rather than thinking.