I was 16 when I took this photo, wandering around the dusty streets of Cairo with my old 35mm in my hands. I was lucky that my school had a darkroom, where I learned to develop my own film— remember that? Before the instant gratification of digital cameras, there were rolls of film and chemicals— fumbling around in the dark, watching images appear like magic, on submerged paper. I loved it. Nearly two decades later, I'm still wandering around, but with a Canon G12 and a memory card— and rather than pinning my photos to my bedroom wall, I now post them on this blog, and share them with you.
So my curiosity got the better of me and I set up an account with Society6 to sell prints of my photographs. What is Society6? It's a place for artists and designers to sell high quality prints of their work online— I submit an image, and the lovely people at Society6 handle the rest. My work comes to you at an affordable price.
I've already put a few photos up in my shop, which you can visit by clicking on this link, or by clicking on the thumbnail on the sidebar under "Own some of my work." I'm also open to suggestions— if there is a particular photo you would like to see up in my shop, please leave a comment here with a link to the photograph, and I'll consider it for sale. Sketches will come one day, but for now, it's just photos— have a look and let me know what you think!