For a number of years, I was chasing the holy grail-the sharpest lens, the best film/developer combination, all the time looking for something better. In recent years, probably beginning with the Holga plastic camera, I have come to less value technology and find a more accurate representation of my vision through traditional analogue photography and cameras-from cheap Holgas and Kodak Brownies, to pinhole cameras. My favorite classics are typically the German cameras, including Agfa, Zeiss, Rolleiflex, etc. The print above was make with a $10 Brownie Holiday, for which the 127 film it takes, cost more today than the camera itself. I could have saved myself enough money to be in film the rest of my life and then some, had I had this insight earlier in my photographic career. I have been giving strong consideration to changing this website while I am down for a number of weeks post-shoulder replacement, to better reflect the work I love and give much less, consideration of digital work (which frankly does very little for me).