I discovered digital photography when I was 37, mostly because I wanted to capture visual moments at the jazz concerts I attend so often. From there I explored other styles including long-exposure, urban photography and portrait, but since moving to Hong Kong I've settled on street as my main focus.
Today I'm 46 and photography is an integral part of my life. On that journey of discovery I went back in time and started exploring analog photography through a bunch of cameras. I love black and white and color slides (as long as we can get them). My main cameras for film are a Fuji TX2 (XPAN2) for landscape and urban, a Canon EOS-A2 for portrait and street and a tiny (and unreliable) Minox GL35 for street that I'm looking to replace by something sturdier.