I mostly make photography the 'old fashion way' capturing the images on film and printing them in a darkroom. I found that by using a film camera I can more fully engaged with the subject of my pictures, the mood of the scene, the feelings I resent. I take my time driven by the intent to capture an emotional dimension if at all possible. I found freedom in this process becoming more part of the image than being an observer.
Rather than looking for achieving perfection thus, I choose to embrace the imperfections of our world - an exercise in accepting what is. A week later, a month later, when ever I get to develop the films, the angst I know fed by the thought that all might be fogged due to the airport x-ray machines is always eclipsed by the anticipated excitation of what I will (re)discover.