I’ve been aware of Kage for a long time, as Flemming has been a member for yonks. The Kage guys are all respected professionals in their fields, and I follow most of the others on various online channels. As an X-series user, I’m interested in what they do with these cameras we have in common. As a photographer, I’m intrigued by how each presents his view of the world, and how it evolves over time.
So when I was asked to be a part of Kage, I lost my eyebrows somewhere on the ceiling. In a previous post, I wrote about finding community, and opportunities to grow in my craft, in the digital world. I wasn’t expecting my words to manifest in this spectacular fashion, a day after writing them.
It’s an honour to be a part of the Kage Collective. It’s also an honour to be the one that disbands the boys’ club 😉
Flemming, his sister Vibeke and I celebrated with kage – “cake” in Danish.