Over the last several months, stories have been appearing about me on the Internet some factual and some not that have some readers asking questions.
About 30 years ago, I made some serious mistakes. I learned from them, made amends, and moved forward. I believe we don’t have to be defined by our past. We all have the chance in life to overcome mistakes, and that is what I have tried to do by pursuing my creative passion for photography and helping others pursue theirs. I am grateful I’ve had a chance to spend the last 30 years doing something productive.
My love of photography was born out of a desire to make a positive difference. We all sustain hardships, regrets and obstacles in life. I have found great meaning through creative pursuits. No matter what your circumstances, I hope my story can help you see the hope that exists as you reach for your own photographic success.
I want to thank my readers, including so many who have shown their loyalty and support, for your understanding and let you know that I remain ever more committed to helping you pursue your photographic vision.
No matter what happens, tomorrow I’ll have another post designed to help you improve your photography.
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