I (a.k.a. Jason) am a twenty-something consultant web programmer who has found a creative outlet in photography. Photography proved to be slightly addictive and I thought once a week wasn't enough, so I decided to take the plunge with a photo blog. I try and post daily (though life can get in the way!) and I also use my flickr account as a drawing board to throw up photos more often.
Other less-related info includes: I live in beautiful Seattle, Washington, I recently received a Master of Theology from Fuller Seminary, went to Westmont College, am married to my lovely wife, and we have a dog named Toby.
I take my pictures with
Canon Powershot S400 Nikon D70. It works decently, but I keep trying to convince myself it's time to upgrade to something a bit nicer. We'll see. I took the plunge and got the Nikon D70 and am so far very happy. I was lucky enough to snag the new 18-200 lens without a long wait and have been using it for just about everything, though ocasionally I'll still bust out my ultra-value 50mm.
Anyhow, thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the photos (and posts if you came from the blip blog), leave a comment or two, and come back some time!
Isaac, the other contributor to the [text] blog is a pastor at a Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship in North Carolina and recently finished getting his Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School.