I’ve always been interested in photography. When I was little, I used to play with my dad’s Polaroid (remember those?), and would annoy my parents (and waste their money – that Polaroid film was expensive!) for hours on end taking pictures of everything and everyone. Of course, now we are living in the age of digital photography, which I think is absolutely wonderful. No more wasting money developing film that ends up looking “meh”; no more forgetting to develop film and letting really good pictures or precious mementos go to waste. I’ve owned a digital point-and-shoot camera for years now. In Christmas 2008 I received a digital SLR camera as a present, and it is turning out to be a great learning experience. You can browse through some of my efforts below.
If you’d rather browse my photos directly on the Flickr website, you can go to either my photostream (an unordered, unsorted dump of all of my latest photography) or my photosets (ordered collections of photos around a given theme, such as an event, holiday, special occasion, etc.).