While primarily a musician, I find photography an important second mode of expression; specifically film photography. Digital art forms too frequently show us our world in stark, literal terms. Analog arts – still film photography, motion picture shot on film, music recorded on tape, and more – reflect our world back to us in a transformed manner. It's not a literal reality, it's certainly not a virtual reality, but more an enhanced reality. There's a natural artistry that analog processes draw out. Of equal importance is the element of chance, or even the element of chaos. It's harder to control manual analog processes, and so one ends up with more happy accidents, less perfection. Perfection is an enemy of art.