Bluebird Creek's MaryFlo has had a camera in her hand ever since she can remember. Her father, an electro-chemical air pollution control engineer in Pasadena, was an amateur photographer and a technical man. He had scientific friends at CalTech and JPL who were also photographers. These "old school" photographers taught Mary to set her manual f-stops and read her hand held light meter when she was still in grammar school. Her first good camera was a Honeywell Pentax manual 35mm, which she bought used from friends who were National Geographic photographers upgrading their equipment. She bought several lenses and filters for the Pentax and toted the camera and lenses to British Columbia, Alaska, the Yucatan, Japan, and Africa until it began to seem too heavy to travel with. She went digital in the late '90's.
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Mary is available to photograph your project for the web, a brochure, or marketing endeavor, and can help you build your social media platform.