My dad, Allen, instilled a love for photography in me. When he purchased a german SLR in 1973, he let me use and keep his Petri rangefinder. That camera, with no light meter and single fixed lens, is how I learned. My friend Idan taught me how to roll and develop my own film in the darkroom at Escola Graduada de Sao Paulo my senior year in Brazil. Years later, after flirting with a modern Nikon film SLR (which I hated) and various point and shoot digitals, until finally succumbing to the indignity of using my phone as a camera, I knew it was time for a real camera again. The following photographs were taken with a Fujifilm XT-2 and various lenses.