A Kodak Instamatic camera was my introduction to photojournalism.
My seventh-grade class was going on a field trip to Harper's Ferry, and I wanted to chronicle what I saw from vibrant autumn leaves to museum artifacts.
Now, I live and work in the Adirondacks, where John Brown lived before he sealed his historical fate in what is now West Virginia.
I'm still making images, still and moving, and revealing our wondrous planet and the people on it in ever-evolving platforms.
The thrill isn't gone.
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