“No $ for AIDS”
24″ x 36″
Randy DePuy was given a Kodak Brownie when he was in grade school. Thus began his life-long interest in photography. After graduating from Findlay High School in 1975 he began working for THE COURIER newspaper as a darkroom Technician/ Photographer. In November of 1977, Randy moved to Columbus where he began working in the photo finishing field and free‐lance photography. From box camera to gigapixel resolution 360 degree virtual environments, Randy has seen quite an evolution photography.
“After more than thirty years of making photographs I still get a thrill when everything comes together in my viewfinder or on the computer screen,” says Randy. “I also enjoy the technical challenges that photography brings, but the best part of photography is that it gives me the ability to convey a sense of time and place!”
Randy’s piece “No $ for AIDS” will be featured in Art for Life on September 15. See more of his work at pbase.com/rdepuy.