Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
I have A Stock account (kechara-stock) go look!
I live in Canada and am a very proud Canadian.
I am caught between three passions photography, baking and writing. All of which I dabble in, none of which I assume I'll be able to make a career out of. I mostly enjoy Landscape and animal photography although I have a lust for artistic nudes, both of others and of myself.
I am a bisexual, married to my right hand man and soul mate. I have two cats, domestic short hairs, Kyo who is orange with stripes, a white crotch and a freckle on his lower lip which always looks like he has food stuck there and Mila grey, white and black tabby, at first glance she appears kind of boring looking then you catch a glimpse of her beautiful face. She has the most stunning face I have ever seen on a cat. I am also expecting my first child, a girl, Emma Audrey.
I have no professional training, do everything on my whims going on instinct and a sense of "right." I know what I like and I know what I don't. I am very critical of my work. My biggest flaw, aside from being critical is my awful spelling and grammar.
I am very ill but I do not let that stop me from doing what I wish, although it makes me morose at times.
I write poetry and short stories, more of the former then the later. I have been published four times with my poetry, and do not count that a great achievement. A great achievement for me would be earning MONEY from writing, or better yet writing a novel.
I stay up too late, sleep hardly at all, and eat poorly despite what that does to me, although I stay away from alcohol and drugs that are not prescription.
I enjoy reading fantasy, hiking trails and spending plenty of time in Muskoka. I love nature in all its glory. This is me.
Current Residence: Ontario Canada
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large
Favourite genre of music: Rock
Favourite photographer: Pelican
Favourite style of art: Photography
Operating System: Vista
MP3 player of choice: Ipod shuffle
Favourite cartoon character: She-Ra
Personal Quote: Art hath an enemy called ignorance. ~Ben Jonson