5 Questions

The wonderful Melissa Lyttle gets inside my head over on the A Photo A Day blog.

It's always a fun challenge when someone asks you to put on paper why and how you do what you do.

To read the full interview.. click here.

1. You’ve done everything from work at a small paper to fly to Israel to work on a personal project to teaching kids at an inner city school to covering the World Series and editing photos in Newtown and at the Super Bowl this year for a major metropolitan paper. Can you tell us about your career path and how each step led you to where you are today?

Well when you lay it all out like that, lol. All I can say is it’s been a crazy exciting ride.  I literally can look back at the last 12 years of my life and see how every decision, every job and every move has gotten me to this place where all my passions have combined to be my career.  My first “job” in communications was working at my local radio station. I was in high school. When we were doing live broadcast at concerts I use to sneak down in front of the stage to take pictures. Once I realized how awesome it was to be somewhere not everyone can be, and bring back a story that not everyone witnessed, I was hooked.