I had my start in the world of church tech over 20 years ago as a boy. Through the years I have had the opportunity to work in broadcast, theater, and many production roles¬†in between.
I love my job, I am thankful God put the drive in me to pursue the use of technology in worship. Working with the amazing pastors and staff at FBC has been not only a¬†privilege, but has allowed me to grow into the role as the church has grown. The experience has been nothing short of life altering.
While at FBC and away as well, I have begun a photography habit. Few years ago I purchased a Nikon D40 DSLR camera used, and it started my love for photography. In the time since then I have been leaching tips from several photographer friends of mine, and generally shooting alot of trial and error. I put many thousand clicks on the D40 before selling it. I upgraded to the Nikon D7000 – a shocking transition to say the least. The D7000 hit 80,000 shutter clicks and went back to the Nikon mothership and has returned with a fresh sensor, shutter, and mirror box. Ready for the next 80,000.
Aside from church tech & photography I enjoy reading, spending time wrestling with my son, enjoying the company of the amazing musicians I have come to call friends through the years, taking aim at the local shooting range, bicycling¬†for fun and fitness, and learning the art and hobby of being an amateur radio operator (K0AVL)
This blog will be a place of photography with some tech commentary thrown in for good measure. Because I have never blogged, I really don’t know how this will pan out. We will find out together!
Feel Free to Contact Me¬†at any time at email@example.com or at K0AVL@K0AVL.com