Through most of his 60-plus years, Everett has been dominated by the left-side of his brain. This was a positive feature, as over 40 of those years were spent in an engineering environment. Long a hobbyist photographer, Everett migrated to a digital SLR a few years ago from film. Again, his approach was from a technical, left-sided perspective.

In 2008, Everett met Tony Sweet for the second time and a thought migration started to occur. Slowly in the beginning, but then more rapidly as the right-side of Everett’s brain began to assert more and more control over the way he was able to pre-visualize the world around him. It made no difference whether he was holding a camera or not. In addition, older images were re-visited, re-visualized, re-processed, and re-printed as new artwork.

Has Everett given up the technical side of photography? In a word, NO! In order to attain consistent results you must understand the technical aspects of light, surroundings, and equipment. But this is just a means to the final result - Fine Art Images!

Everett Heller

Everett Heller