Before my technology gathering tonight at the Metreon in SF, I'm going to meet with Don Sherman. To many of us, he is Mr. SizzlPix.
I ordered three new SizzlPix from Don to hang in the TDS gallery for my upcoming Fall Photography Workshop. I like rotating the pictures so participants always have something new to see. Don suggested that we meet in the City to catch up instead of shipping the pictures. Since I was going to be in town anyway, I thought that was a great idea.
I still remember the first time Don showed me his new product. He drove all the way to Santa Rosa from Cupertino. His sample SizzlPix were wrapped in a blanket. As he proudly unveiled them, he said, "I'm really too old to be starting yet another career, but I'm just so darn excited about this process."
That was many years and SizzlPix ago (that are now hanging in my gallery.)"
The number one comment that I get when people gaze upon the images hanging in my gallery is... "Did you take those?"
Not sure if that's a complement or not.