When I lived in New York, I worked as a commercial and editorial photographer shooting music, fashion and culture. I had a lot of fun and am hugely proud of the work which crossed boundaries between digital and extreme analog, showcasing both the crisp and grit of that beautiful city.
I worked a lot with analog films including the amazing Polaroid 665, which I bought by the case from any corner store that stocked it as it was being phased out by the manufacturer. I had a drum scanner in my shotgun apartment and used a lot of now no longer available film cameras like the Contax T3. As digital turned to motion, I used Canon cameras tethered to skateboards and BMX bikes to experiment with the adaptations of the medium.
I no longer work as a photographer but have extended the visual exuberance to my current communications work, changing the medium but not the message.