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I am a photographer/artist based in Portland, Oregon.
This is where you will find my newest work, my archive, and my random thoughts.
enjoy.

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Archive

Jun
14th
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Thumbelina.
35mm TRI-X 400/digital (6D).

Thumbelina.

35mm TRI-X 400/digital (6D).

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Marlena Shaw

California Soul

Jun
12th
Thu
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Happy birthday to me.

Jun
9th
Mon
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Favour Kibali.

120mm film.

Jun
5th
Thu
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Thumbelina.

Thumbelina.

Jun
4th
Wed
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Mara.
120 film.

Mara.

120 film.

Jun
3rd
Tue
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Thumbelina.

Thumbelina.

Jun
2nd
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Lemme Smang It.

Eric Wimberly

Thumbelina

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May
25th
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Happening right now with @ohthumbelina. 
As seen through my TLR.  (at Shiver Me Wimbers)

Happening right now with @ohthumbelina.
As seen through my TLR. (at Shiver Me Wimbers)

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Thumbelina.
35mm film.

Thumbelina.

35mm film.

May
23rd
Fri
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A self-portrait I made just before I started my Room 123 series.

A self-portrait I made just before I started my Room 123 series.

May
10th
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What A Nice Taste That Is

Eric Wimberly

Nej

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May
9th
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Easter Sunday

Eric Wimberly

Maryjane

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May
8th
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Craydough.

Eric Wimberly

Katrina Mishler

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May
7th
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Imagine how tough, resourceful, and lucky all of our ancestors must have been to survive long enough to pass on the message of life to the next, and the next, and the next generation hundreds of millions of times before it came to us.
There were so many rivers to cross, so many hazards along the way. Predators, starvation, disease, miscalculations, long winters, drought, flood, and violence. Not to mention the occasional upheavals that erupted from within our planet, and the apocalyptic bolts that come from the blue.
No matter where we hail from, or who our parents were, we are descendants of hearty survivors of unimaginable catastrophes. Each of us is a runner in the longest, most dangerous relay race there ever was, and at this moment we hold the baton in our hands.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson