Hi, I'm Matthew Conheady I'm a nature photographer from upstate NY. I grew up in the home of Kodak, saturated with photographers and even our public schools had a little encouragement from kodak (no shortage of photography classes--- and chemicals). I have been lurking here for a while and love the friendly, intelligent community. I registered and began posting. I hope to contribute more. My first camera was an Olympus. C4040 I have been Using Olympus 4/3 cameras on all my projects. I still have my e-5, but plan on selling it soon. Recently began m4/3 with the EM-1 (not bad so far). GM1 may make its way to my collection in February. My most popular body of work is NYFalls.com: Upstate New York Waterfalls, Lakes, Nature... etc. http://nyfalls.com/ It's me, a dedicated editor/contributor, and a few occasional contributors. Most of that content was shot with Olympus 4/3 cameras. "New York Historic" is a side project that takes contributions. My work (maybe a quarter of the site) was done with my E-5 and a few with my EM-1. http://nyhistoric.com "Scenes from a Public Market" is a collaboration with my friend (who shoots with Canon SLRs). I use a variety of 4/3 and now m4/3 cameras and lenses. It features public markets from around the worls. http://scenesfromapublicmarket.com Am I a pro? Yeah... I sell photos and advertising based on my work. I have a full time job as well. So.. what about my photography? Nature, with a lot of lakes and waterfalls, but I also travel to photograph scenes in Asia. Here's a page with information and a gallery http://nyfalls.com/about/team/matthew-conheady/ Also, since I'm very new to m4/3, and only have the 12-40, I would love lens recommendations based on my style. I would really appreciate that. Here are some selections from the last several years (all 4/3 cameras). Comments and criticisms appreciated.