My first camera was a 1950s Argus C4 rangefinder with a leather case and a hand-held light meter. My second camera was a 1958 Zeiss Ikon Contessa 35. I was 16 years old. And I thought I knew what I was doing for the rest of my life.
In the meantime, I’ve moved to Idaho and back, taught grammar and composition, worked for a newspaper and a church, and carried a camera just about everywhere I’ve been for the last quarter century.
I live in the town where I was born. I work as a part-time publisher, editor, and semi-serious photographer. I’m interested in experimental community, deconstructed theology, wild places, quiet spaces and food.
Eric Muhr | PO Box 751 | Newberg OR 97132-0751 | firstname.lastname@example.org