, Morris, MN
I got into (minor) trouble when I was probably 10 or so for burning a whole role of film on an old metal goose-neck lamp and the patterns the light from it made on the desk. One could claim that even then I was exploring ideas of light and form, although I clearly wouldn't have used that sort of language at the time. From the early days, though, I was fascinated by strange little things and developed a reputation for slowing everyone down so I could take a picture of some rock or twig. I love light and shadow, and extraordinary details of often ordinary things, and photography is an important part of how I see and experience events.
I've posted hundreds of my photographs on flickr; also feel free to visit my blog at http://UnhinderedByTalent.com/Phi/