I am the type of person who likes to call photos, anything you snap with your phone or 10 MP camera you got from Walmart is indeed a photo. Naturally, I thought that originally. When I met Norm my view of photography and its complexity was astoundingly changed. He shot anything and it was the best thing ever--whether portraits of people, landscape and even actiony whatnots! Not only that he is hell bent on refining his pictures. So good, just got better.
Alright you may say, This is exagerated. Well you may think, I dont believe you! This is propaganda! But honestly, glance at his photos on his website and pages. These only skim the pile of his great works--you name it, he can do it and bag of frito lay chips. And not only to mention, he has an eye for everything from: how much lighting and how he should bend the sunlight to his whims! (Call him up! Forrizzle)
He even uses camera utensils I never even heard of. (Did you know in order to shoot black and white photos, you use a red tint? I learned that much.) And not only to mention that he is patient and has the knees to kneel and get the needed shots. (His youth serves him like the keebler elves making cookies!)
And also he is passionate about what he does, knowledgeable and even if you give him a rock, he can make it look pretty suave. Dont expect ugly yearbook photos, expect grandeur presidential shots that are utterly crisp photos that are as clean as his lenses!
And yes. He is all that and a bag of chips. A bag of delicious chips. No other company sounded so delicious.