Although I rarely made photos using it, I mourned the passing of Kodachrome. Kodak’s bankruptcy has made me realize just how quickly I transitioned from practically 100% film to essentially 100% digital.
I’m alive. I’ve just been busy. Shooting. Collaborating. Editing. Living. Some updates have been posted to the portfolio. More are coming soon. In the meantime, enjoy some nostalgia. Photo: Nature and the Scientist (take II) 1997. Kodak TMY400. Pentax K1000. Sculpture of a life-size camel and Professor Knut Schmidt-Nielsen by Jonathan Kingdon.