Why Photograph?

“To connect with creative individuals”

Photography is a true solace in my life and to work on projects that I’m passionate about is incredibly fulfilling.

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Despite my chronic health issues (meaning I’m currently bed-bound), I’m extremely eager to connect with creative individuals.

Hannah Gimblett

You can see other reasons people make photographs here.

Why Photograph?

“To show others what I cared about”

I had first picked up a camera at the age of seventeen, and photography immediately opened up my world. From the beginning, it was a way to show others what I cared about and a wonderful pretext for me to enter new worlds.

Peter Turnley, Parisians (2000)

You can see other reasons people make photographs here.

Why Photograph? Memories

“The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do.”

Andy Warhol

I cherish the memories triggered by photographs (aka Kodak moments).

Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, my hometown, in 1928. He was educated at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (Carnegie Mellon University) in Pittsburgh.

You can see some other reasons people make photographs here.