Queer Aperture Q&A: February/March 2013
Through his Queer Aperture project, photographer Jeffrey Horvitz has spent years documenting the LGBTQ communities of Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, and Vancouver, B.C. Heâ€™s well aware that a picture paints a whole mess of words, but here he offers a few actual words to better acquaint us with his dynamic subjects.
Shaley Howard. Photo by Jeffrey Horvitz
What is your name?
How long have you lived in Portland?
All my life â€¦ born and raised
What was the first time you noticed that gayness existed?
The minute puberty hit
What would you consider a guilty pleasure?
Anything with lots of cheese
What would be a perfect day off?
Playing with family and friends
â€œConversations with Godâ€ Trilogy
Least favorite word?
Favorite swear word?
What is your profession?
Owner of the dog walking/pet care company, Scratch 'n Sniff Pet Care
If you could with a snap of a finger what would be another profession you would like to do?
A bigger, better version of what I already do
What person, living or dead, would you like to meet?
Albert Einstein and Eleanor Roosevelt
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