In 1959, at age 12, George Polley was given a Brownie Bullet roll film box camera by a kind aunt and he began taking photographs. Over the course of a lifetime working in and out of the photographic industry, George acquired a small collection of favorite cameras. In 2006, his daughter, a fine arts photographer, asked to use some of the cameras in George’s collection as props in an alternative process exhibit at a store/gallery. When people asked about purchasing the cameras, the store owner asked for some examples to sell. George has been offering a wide assortment of vintage film cameras for sale ever since.