I've had an interest in photography since I was three years old, carrying around the little film camera I had. My interest grew as I got older, my only want being for better equipment. During high school, I took a year of Film & Video and a semester of photography during my senior year. Developing my own negatives and positives was a blast, and I'd do that again if I had a dark room (and if it wasn't mostly obsolete). During my time in the Army, I gained more experience while constructing a year book for the battalion (mostly on my own, and for a combat arms unit...long story, but I was turned into the "unit historian"). Eventually I managed to get my own DSLR (currently a Nikon D5100) and various other equipment. That flexiblity has done much to improve my art over time.
This is not a full time operation for me, although I would not object to it being so if I could make decent money from it. The amount of time I am able to devout to photography makes it more like a hobby, but it feels more than that to me. I do have a "real job" that takes away some of my time, but I hope to be able to continue working with great models, and perhaps other great photographers too.
Currently, I've been getting a bit involved with work and some dealings with the Air Force. I apologize if I'm not the most prompt person on all matters.
In order of most recent to oldest:
Pixie K Queen
All models I've worked with from MM have been great, exceptionally fun and friendly people. If you haven't worked with them yet, you should. I have insanely high standards, so I'd like to think my recommendation counts for something.