Let’s start with an admission. I’ve had a love affair with photography for much of my life.
From that summer day spent along the St. Lawrence River, when my mother handed me her palm-sized camera loaded with 110 film, and I stopped time with the press of a button. The afternoon I finally developed my own film, enveloped by the acrid yet welcoming smell of the darkroom. And my days as the director of consumer digital public relations at Kodak, launching a plethora of game-changing products while the world’s first-ever digital camera rested in my office cabinet.