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| BIO: Summary | 1959-1967 | 1967-1972 | 1972-1977 | 1978-1998 | 1999-Present |

From 1959-1967

My first pictures were typical of a middle-class kid discovering the wonders of photography. They exhibited no special skill or insight, but documented the most important things around me. The oldest picture I have is my 10 year old shadow against my Dad's new 1959 Hillman Minx convertible.

The same youthful self-infatuation inspired the 1965 picture of my feet hanging over the bow of a speedboat taken my first day of shooting with the 35 mm Yashika my Grandfather gave me.

Apparently this low level of creativity was all it took to get me the job of Merritt Island High School yearbook photographer in 1966 for which I took the picture of myself below. Not a promising start.

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