"I feel it is in the heart, not the eye that should determine the content of the photograph.
What the eyes see is its own, what the heart can perceive is a different matter."
My career has been in technology but a little over 2 years ago I picked up a camera and discovered my passion.
One would think I would ease into the technical aspects of photography but it has been quite the opposite.
Capturing images has provided me the expressive voice of what could be understood as my soul.
There is a lot of beauty in the world and equal parts of the ugly. My intent is to capture images of my emotions to share and to spread awareness with an empathetic perspective.
I've been labeled a "closet introvert and dweeb"...go figure but read the book "Quiet" and it may shed some light. I consider myself clever, not smart and I love it that way.
People, Reading, Fitness, Parenting, SCUBA Diving, Vietnam History, African American History, Teaching Coloring and LAUGHTER!
KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY ORAL HISTORY PROJECT
INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL W. THOMAS
CONDUCTED AND EDITED BY Dr. THOMAS A. SCOTT
COBB COUNTY ORAL HISTORY SERIES, NO. 96
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Yes, I can be deep at times