Writer/director John C Reilly, best known for his portrayal of the character on Parks and Recreation, was the first photographer to capture the day he became a professional photographer.
I was born on January 6, 1955 in New York City.
When I was eight years old, my parents took me to see the Statue of Liberty.
I was fascinated with the view.
At the time, New York was still a very different place, and New York still had its own unique atmosphere.
When we arrived in the city, we took a walk to the Empire State Building, which was the tallest building in the world, and it was beautiful.
Then we went up the escalator to the West Side Highway, which is where I grew up, and I just remember seeing the view of the city from there.
Then I went to school, and at that time there was only one place to go to school in the United States, and that was New York University, and they were the most prestigious school in America, so I wanted to go there.
I went there and I saw a lot of things that I had never seen before.
And then I got the chance to work at the World Trade Center, where I was a fireman.
I had been a fire guy for four years.
It was a real good experience.
When the World Tragedy happened, I was very fortunate, because I was on the Fire Department’s bomb squad, which did very well, and the first thing that I did was to take photographs of people that had been burned alive.
That was the beginning of what I became known for.
The only person I knew that could photograph the scene of the World War II bombing of the United Nations building in New Mexico, the World’s Fair of New York, was John C., and it is an image that has stuck with me.
That is when I became a photographer.
The thing I love most about photography is that it is always on the cutting edge.
If it’s in a movie, it’s going to be an epic, but if it’s out on the street, it’ll be a normal photograph.
In the case of John, I had the chance of working with a man that I admired.
I worked with John and he was a photographer of the highest caliber.
He was a great man.
He knew everything.
He had the kind of skills that I was looking for.
I knew he had a good eye, and he had the tools that I needed to work with him.
We went through a lot together, and we had a very good time, and then he died a few years ago.
When he died, I remember thinking that he was the best photographer in the entire world, but he didn’t know it yet.
He always told me, “If you are going to do something, do it right.”
And he always knew how to do it.
When I got to New York and started my career, I took photographs for a lot.
I took a lot from other photographers, but I took it very seriously.
It’s not like you’re taking a photo for a few dollars, or even a couple of hundred dollars, but it’s not that you’re going out for a photo.
I didn’t do it for any of those things.
I did it because I love photography.
I love doing it, and because I’m a good photographer, I’ve had the privilege of working on a lot more photographs than most people that I know.
You know, when I started, there was this big industry for photographers.
When you first started, you were the first one to be in the business.
But when you went to New Orleans, you became the second.
I’m the first to be the first.
I guess it was the French Quarter, but you could go anywhere in New Orleans.
When it became clear that we were going to get out of this place, I went out and I took my first photos.
At that time, there were many photographers in New England and around the world that were making a name for themselves and that were getting their name out.
When my dad started his career, we were already working together, working on films and other things.
We had a lot in common, and a lot was going on.
So I was able to work very closely with him and we got along very well.
And so when my dad died, it was very hard to go out and get the job that he had, because he had been in the film business for 40 years, and his name was already famous.
But he was just a great, hard-working, honest man.
And that was how I got my start, and how I made a lot and a good living.
I think that is probably one of the reasons that I got into the business in the first place.
That is how my first photographs were made.
They were all taken