Early 90s. Minneapolis: From being an absolute ham as a kid to being given a Kodak FunSaver on every family vacation, there was clearly a connection between the camera and myself. The advent of digital granted me my first real camera in high school, and from there, I couldn’t be stopped. I was always the guy who brought the camera (and subsequently irritated the hell out of all my friends with it) everywhere I went. A spark from high school economics class led to my possessing a business degree that I was bored out of my mind with, so I knew I had to go for what I love. I knew I had to be a photosensitive, cross-eyed photographer with no depth perception, and from there, Almost Blind Photography was born.