My brother Levi asked me to write this biography about him.
Really? Can a biography be written about someone so young?
But i guess that's the point isn't it? It's all about perspective.
A person doesn't have to be 100 to say "I've lived!"
You can live in the day, you can live in the hour, and yes, you can live in the moment...
...and that moment can be capture with a single camera click.
You see that's what Levi does, he lives,
And then he captures the moment.
See, living is a matter of perspective.
That perspective is not s simple philosophy, it's a life choice.
Where Levi sees an awesomely lit set, my mother sees where her living room once was.
Where Levi sees an interesting patter of natural light, I see my bedroom window.
Where Levi sees a moment, a photo, an idea, we have already let that moment pass.
You see, it's all a matter of perspective.
There's more to this perspective.
See, Levi taught himself how to see the world from different angles.
He will handstand, flip and climb to get those angles.
Because opportunity doesn't alway knock right side up,
And Levi wants to be ready to catch it as it raises its hand.
Because living is about perspective
And in this Levi has only begun to live.