About twenty years ago I bought a Holga camera and put it away in the deepest, darkest recesses of my closet. With the exception of a couple of photo experiments gone
awry, it pretty much remained unused.
One day, about a year and a half back, I took the camera out of my closet and took it with me while I was walking my dog in the woods. I wish I could say that
I had a revelation, or that there was a Holga epiphany of sorts, but no such apocryphal event occurred. I just took the camera with me and that Holga and subsequent Holgas have remained with me ever since. During that brief time I have shot several hundred of rolls of film.
My name is Jim Rohan and I live much of the year in the northern suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts with my wife and dog.
I spend the remainder of the year living with said wife and dog in the beautiful Canadian province of Prince Edward Island.
I make my self-employed but semi-retired livelihood these days in the digital imaging biz.
I have worked in the photo industry as a commercial photographer and photo lab owner as well during the past thirty or so years.