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Simply open an account, upload your images, set your prices for all our available products, and you're instantly in business! FAA provides you with an e-commerce website, fulfills your orders for you, and sends you your profits each month.
Browse all my photos in the 'All Photos' gallery or check the various galleries and find exactly what you're looking for. I also have galleries for my most popular photos, photos that were featured on Fine Art America groups, and my personal favorites. Need a vertical, horizontal, square, or extra wide or tall photo (perhaps for that space between your fireplace and hallway where a tall narrow image would fit best?) check out the format galleries at the bottom of the listings. And all photos are available as mobile phone cases, too! Read more...
25% Of All Proceeds Donated to the Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center
The Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to residents of San Luis Obispo County who are on the autism spectrum. I will donate 25% of the artist profits from sales on this website to the CCASC.
I grew up in Los Osos, California, located in possibly the most beautiful place in the United States to live, San Luis Obispo county. Ever since I could drive a car my main form of entertainment has been to go exploring - whether the local area, the western United States, or occasionally back east in North Carolina or Pennsylvania.
At around the same time I got my first car, I inherited my first camera from my brother, an old manual 35mm rangefinder who's brand name has been long forgotten. I carried it everywhere (along with a handheld light meter), and it was with this camera that I set out on my first long road trip – California to Denver with a flight out to North Carolina and back. I returned with thirteen rolls of 36 exposures – a whopping 468 frames (more if you remember that you could usually coax an extra frame or two out of those rolls.).
That was back in 1989. Since then I've upgraded my camera and lens selection several times, and have expanded my modes of transportation to trains and cruise ships, and even an occasional plane ride (to get me to or from a train or cruise ship.) And, of course, I'm still wearing out my cars.
Have a look on the map below for the places I've been, and thank you for visiting my gallery.