I started reading Photo.net in 2001. I started shooting old analog cameras at the same time, mostly 'cause I couldn't afford digital. Besides, the darkroom in the campus crafts center was a fun place to hide between law school classes.
I shoot with a Minolta Autocord LMX, a RB67, and a Pentax K-7.
I was a lawyer for a few years. I hated it. I also discovered that time is far more valuable than money, provided that there's enough money for necessities.
I'm now in the process of earning a third degree, this time a PhD in wildlife biology. I'm passionate about bats, and do as much field work with them as I can.
I'm a weird dude. I'm cool with it.
Bat Biology; Mycology; Portraiture; Environmental Law and Policy