I have been interested in photography since High School, but never wanted to pony up the cash for a camera. Big mistake I know. My father-in-law sold me his Canon D350 in 2006 while on a family trip to Thailand. I have been shooting images ever since.
I am not a pro, but I'm not a beginner either. There are many aspects of my photography that can improve, and I am humble enough to admit it and to ask for help where appropriate.
In February, 2012, I started my own website, www.focustheframe.com
. It is still a work in progress, but it will get there eventually.
My claim to fame is that I once won two airline tickets by guessing the distance of a Colorado Rockies home run hit in the bottom of the fifth inning to +/- five feet. This radio contest had been going on for years, every season, with one random guesser chosen per game. I submitted my guess at the beginning of the season. After I won, the contest suddenly stopped. I honestly think I am the only one who ever successfully pulled this off.
I live in Denver, with my wife and year old daughter and I couldn't be happier.