Writing about one's self seems terribly self serving. But then again, is not the ego part of what drives the artist? I don't make art, I simply reveal what was already there. I guess that makes me a conduit of some sort.
I read about a test that was conducted pertaining to the devolution of language in this new technologically driven age. The subjects were given text from the body of an email. They were timed, and in that time they were to spot as many spelling errors as possible. 90 % of the errors went unnoticed because the brain is conditioned through context and experience to expect that certain words will logically follow other words in a simple sentence expressing a simple concept. I believe our eyes deceive us all the time, not just when reading. The camera, on the other hand, reveals what our eyes can not, or will not, see.
Current Residence: USA
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large and in Charge
Print preference: metallic
Favourite genre of music: none, I like everything but polka
Favourite photographer: impossible to choose
Favourite style of art: photography
Operating System: OSX snow leopard, Vista 64
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Shell of choice: depends
Wallpaper of choice: constantly changing
Skin of choice: constantly changing
Favourite cartoon character: impossible to choose
Personal Quote: "64,928"- Neal Cassady