In the 1990s, one of my primary tools was a toy plastic camera called a Diana Camera. It was a simple point and shoot camera, used 120 film and largely intended to make snap shots. Its plastic lens renders the world in a soft, fuzzy way and often the camera would leak light, causing light streaks across the image. The view finder and lens were not in sync and thus the compositions were never quite what you saw when making the photograph. Its appeal was its lightness and lack of the bells and whistles of most contemporary cameras, thus freeing me to just point and shoot. The imagery I would create harkens back to the early days of photography when all cameras were as simple and each exposure was a leap of faith.