Before I was a photographer, I was a zombie portraitistK. Praslowicz
Before I was a photographer I had a strange artistic hobby of drawing portraits of zombies. This was in the early 90s when I was between eleven and fourteen years of age and was sparked after catching the Tom Savini remake of Night of the Living Dead on Cinemax late one night.
I made a bunch of these pencil and paper portraits between 1991 and 1994, but I’ve only been able to track down the whereabouts of one them, which I am going to share here. This particular zombie drawing of mine dates to ’93 or ’94.
I was sort of a weird child. I won’t deny it. Although, sometimes I wonder what would have happened if I had spent the past fifteen years perfecting the art of the zombie portrait, instead of switching to photography. Could I have become a master of the zombie portrait? Could I have used that body of work to ride the current wave of obsession of all things zombies to fame and fortune?
So I've been experimenting with video production again and am trying to grow my YouTube channel with some photography related videos. I'd appreciate it if you hit the button below to subscribe!