Non Fungible Art

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„Photographer, Blogger and Coffee Lover. Finding the way forward one image, one word, and one sip at a time.“

Meet the Artist
See Imagery aka Michael, why do you make art?
I make art because back in 2nd grade the cute girl asked me to draw her a giraffe. I guess I had a knack for drawing a decent giraffe. I never thought I was that good at drawing but I tried charcoal, pastels, etc. Always just for fun, a hobby.
I also always enjoyed photography but never picked up a serious camera until after my parents passed away. Maybe I was looking for answers. Answers to what I want to do on my next walk. Answers to what I want leave in this world. I still wish I had discovered this passion before they left this world. If you have the opportunity, photograph your parents more.

How did you find out about NFT & what made you decide to deal with it and create NFTs yourself?
I was listening to Gary Vee podcast but the script was reversed. DKleine was interviewing Gary. This was the first time I heard of DKleine or NFP (Non Fungible Podcast).
I was only vaguely familiar with NFTs but I remember Gary commenting on the audience that would be listening to this show in particular. His description of the listeners felt like my type of people. Even DKleine just sounded like a genuine good person, passionate about art, and crypto.
At the time, my experience with Crypto was holding a few alt coins, meme coins, DOGE, etc. This was really brand new ground for me but at the same time, I think I was looking for something to spend my energy and thoughts on.
You see, I was in a particularly difficult time of my life when I attached myself to NFTs. I guess that leads me to your next question.

What personal info do you want the audiences to know about you?
March of 2021 was a very difficult time for my wife and me. One day we are doing a gender reveal video and super happy. Then, shortly after, we were rushing to the hospital in the middle of the night. The next couple of day played out like a bad dream.
We did not come home with a baby girl, just a box of memorabilia and some photos. I remember signing the photography permission slip. I remember thinking, how cruel are the fates that the one permission slip I would ever sign for Norah would be this photography session.
I want people to know her name I guess, Norah. I want people to know she was real and I want people to use her name.
I want everyone to know when dealing with friends or family that have suffered a similar loss, we do not fear you bringing her up and making us sad. We fear that you will forget her name, forget that she ever existed.
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