My photography work began developing black-and-white prints, the old-fashioned way, when I was in second grade art class, in the basement of Marshall Manor Nursing Home, home to the Wakefield darkroom. From then on, my art teacher let me spend countless hours in the dark room for every lunch break and activity period throughout school. After graduation, I made the conversion to digital when my mom gave me a basic Nikon DSLR. Many years and many shots later, wherever I am or whatever I am up to you will find me with a camera in tow!
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