I dig the still image, and I’ve used a few different cameras to capture what I think are some pretty cool shots of the places I’ve been and the things I’ve seen. The images in the gallery below are a sampling of my photographic work. If you’d like to see more, you can click on the “More Galleries” link at the bottom of this page. Note that I’ve used a Fujifilm FinePix A400, a Nikon Coolpix L120, and the camera on my Samsung Galaxy SIII to take the photos posted on this site.

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  1. Well, it was impossible almost to find a way to contact you. I liked your posts about shit bc I’m going through the same thing, just had surgery 2 out of 3 a few days ago. The experience is dehumanizing. I would like to stay in contact, I don’t have any friends or acquaintances who know anything about this… I’ll try to find you on FB or send me an email you have the time. How lucky you are to be the US the insurance struggle on top of it all… anyways, my name is Damaris, I’m 29 and I’m an artist, or at least I’m trying to be bc being a model doesn’t work with all this.

    • Thanks for the kind words, Damaris. I can imagine the insurance system in the US makes it that much harder to live with an illness. I remember feeling less than human at times during my surgeries, especially when things went wrong and the proposed solutions were explained to me with seemingly little concern of how difficult they would be for me to handle. Things are quite well now with my J-pouch though, and I’m hoping to keep that going. And I hope you can keep getting better through the process.

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