Thank You, Steve 

My first job out of college was working at an Apple Store. For two years I was immersed in the world of Apple, spending 40 hours a week talking to people about their lives, what they need, and how Apple products can help meet them. I was working the day that the iPhone was launched. I remember telling my coworker, "dude, I think we're going to launch a phone." Looking back, being able to say "we" has been such an amazing opportunity I was able to have.

And now, as I share with you my photos here, every one of them has been edited on a Apple computer. From start to finish all of this was done because of a vision that Steve Jobs had:

"I've said this before, but thought it was worth repeating: It's in Apple's DNA that technology alone is not enough. That it's technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our hearts sing."

Thank you Steve. Thank you for your courage, vision, and foresight. I've benefited so much because of it and the world mourns with me tonight.