CA: Who is King Texas? I am a guy who likes to have fun, loves his mother, takes photographs, loves film (medium format), and loves building connections with people. I’ve also switched from whiskey to tequila. CA: How did you get into photography? I started actively taking photographs after I dropped out of college. I stumbled onto the punk/hardcore scene at CBGB and took 35mm photographs of some bands I knew. I also was a part of a band and went on the road. After CBGB close
CA: What does INVTBL stand for?
INVTBL: It stands for “Inevitable”. It comes from my chest tattoo that reads “ Inevitable Pain Optional Suffering” to remind me not to dwell on the things that may hold me back. CA: Tell us how you picked up the camera and started taking pictures?
INVTBL: I always had social anxiety growing up so, as sad as it sounds, I could only be involved in hobbies that didn’t require me to socialize. Going out by myself taking pictures made the most sens
CA: How did you get in to photography?
MW: To be honest, my sister had a camera and I wanted to be better than her. I can’t draw so l decided to pick up the camera and see where it took me. It happened to become a passion. The more you do it, the more you fall in love with your craft. CA: What made you decide to specialize in shooting women with your camera?
MW: I started off doing landscape pictures which was the foundation for my photography. I eventually got into photojou
CA: What caused you to get into photography?
PA: Getting into photography was essentially along the same lines as when any visionary discovers their“calling”. Something draws you in and you’re just hooked. For me, it came from holding onto memories, since I’ve always been an individual who holds on to the past. Ha. CA: How did photography make you see the world differently?
PA: Photography gave me the opportunity to showcase how i view the world. Which is through a very vibra
CA: What made you want to do photography?
TB: It started as extension of cinematography at the age of 13. Being that I was at church every day, one of the guys there who is more like my mentor asked me to help him with the video cameras. They just started to record sermons and performances live. I learned the basics of it and at 14 he handed me a DSLR. He told me to roam around and take some pictures. I started with that and I was rough around the edges. Eventually, I started