Fletch became what is called a third-culture kid when his family moved from the US to Switzerland in 1968. He attended his 10th school in the 10th grade in Zurich, and after graduation attended six universities, including one in Japan, from which he has a degree (-ish) that he can’t read, and where he bought his first real camera, a used Nikon that sits in an honored place in his office, covered with dust. His photography career (ha!) began in Japan in 1974 and has continued. He’s living in his 42nd home, has had 26 jobs and 26 cars.
.....He’s lived in four countries, played nine sports, skied in 78 ski areas in 7 countries, visited 67 countries (not counting 9 others that he’s only kinda been in) and 204 international cities, and has been through 146 airports on 72 different airlines.
.....Thus, he has taken boatloads of pictures in roughly 67 countries, every now and then getting lucky and nailing one. He thanks God daily for DSLR cameras.
.....These aren't the worst photographs you have ever seen. So if you would like to buy some for the down stairs guest bathroom or to give to someone whose friendship you don't quite cherish, I would be overjoyed.