"As far back as I can remember, I have always been a storyteller, and photography is just one of the ways that I can express that. I have always had a passing interest in photography; it started with disposable cameras, taking pictures of friends and family, then eventually moving on to my first digital camera the Sony Mavica FD91. I wandered the streets with a box of memory cards (floppy disks!) just taking pictures of people and things that caught my eye. The point of no return was my manager re-reading my resume at the job I work at now. That led to me trying out for the position of the in-house photographer and getting the job. Photography is my full time job and then some. I shoot 6-7 days a week. I can’t say that I never thought about it as a career. But, that’s what it is, and I wouldn't have it any other way."
Bertrand Juba Roberts / 24 Frames a Second
Interview By Elena Baxter for Conscious Magazine