Kike Calvo Fotografía

sábado, 29 de diciembre de 2012

Five minutes with Adriana Teresa

By Kike Calvo

My dreams is... to dedicate my days to voluntary service assisting the elderly, educating the younger generations, creating jobs for the generations in between, and working with the Government on ways to stimulate cultural affairs and policy through the arts. I work every day of my life so that I can reach this goal.

The biggest lesson in my career is... that success is not a destination; it is a journey.

One of the biggest lessons in my life is... patience.

The moment I will never forget is... the night I crossed the Brooklyn Bridge for the first time with Graham at midnight. Every time I think about this moment, my heart is filled with love and hope—and it is a reminder that I am a child of the universe and I need to trust life.

Photography is … not dead.

Why? As long as there is a camera and an individual interested in using it as a medium to communicate—photography is not dead. All the grey zones is just part of the journey.

So who is... Adriana ?
More about Adriana

Adriana suggests me to talk to: Graham Letorney, photographer and curator of NPR´s column 100 Words on Photography; photographers Jeff Jacobson, Charles Harbutt or Donna Ferrato.

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