I work as a graphic designer but I started out life as an abstract painter. The urge to make images—any kind of images—tugs at me daily. It is often hard to find the time or the vision to gratify this urge, but that's what makes it so sweet when it does come together.
A couple of years ago I purchased a camera and started photographing. Now I have a serious addiction. My camera comes with me wherever I go. I feel a persistent urge to "capture" what captures my eye. It could be the angle of light, an ironic composition or the profoundly mundane. Sometimes through the camera, I have a sense of communion with the people I come across. I intuit (or project) their state of mind and in that moment share their solitude. The camera is an entry point, a connector and a tool for seeing deeply.