Welcome to steverotter.com. You finally found it. I’m Steve

I’m a Chicago photographer, videographer, cinematographer, video editor, musician / guitarist and stop motion animator to name a few. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve had a mad passion for the arts and still do. This site is created to show my work and blog about art and technology I use everyday, along with other topics I feel relevant.

I have a few You Tube channels, which are awesome as well. You should check them out.

Grab that coffee, have a look around, and enjoy your stay.





    1. Hi Ted, thanks for checking in. Although the castor oil did not give him his site back 100%, he is going upstairs, roaming the house, not knocking into walls. If I would have started sooner, he may be better. I didn’t think to start before he went blind since he was fine.


  1. I was also interested in how the caster oil worked for Jack Sorry to hear it hasn’t helped. A friend insisted I try it on our 13 y.o. Spaniel, but I am Leary. Did it have any other side effects, negative? Tx


    1. Hi Allie,
      I tried for 4-5 months, putting one drop in each eye, twice a day. No side effects. It’s been 9 months. The cataracts are still there but he is roaming the house, going up the stairs and finds me where I am in the house. He isn’t bumping into walls but he isn’t 100%. If I would have started sooner, I’m sure he would have had a better chance. I didn’t think to start when he was diagnosed since he was still seeing really well then. Jack is doing great other than no sight due to diabetes and cushings. He’s on daily meds for both. Gets around better. He finds his way up the stairs to me and still jumps on the couch. He senses the height. Good luck.


    2. no side effects at all. Jack is getting around the house, jumping on the couch to sleep and going up the stairs to our room at bed time. He is a lot better. The cataracts are still there and I don’t think they will dissolve completely since I started too late in treatment.


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    1. Thanks Anja! I appreciate you taking the time to post such a nice comment! I will be adding more and have been including photos and videos on the more recent posts. As time allows, I will be going back and adding to the older ones. thanks! Steve


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  7. I am starting the castor oil today on my 15 yr old yorkie.
    I put a drop in my own eye to see how it felt… seems thick and gooey or sticky.
    My vet said it won’t hurt him, also suggested i drip vitamin A in his eyes… said i could use gel caps an pierce them with a pin then squeeze a drop out. Anyone else tried this?


  8. I appreciate an honest person when it comes to real life feelings towards they’re loved ones even if they’re animals..$ dies play a big part in hard making decisions.especially when there’s alternatives in the Natural healing world that one MAN created.. i relate to your words on researches and input hours of learning how/why/results.. not just for this matter of my Yorkee (BOOTS) life but also Healing slowly over the loss of my mother to Ovarian Cancer. But like you stated:You wish you would have started treatment in somewhat of a way before it became to late..I Will always believe that There are organic plants and oils that have an enzyme within itself, that can pretty much have a beneficial effect on the skeletal body .. but then that eliminates Pharmaceuticals/Doctors/Insurances etc.. all $$$ for the government..Thanks once again for the advice.. bests to JACKs


    1. Thanks for the very nice comment and for reading this post. I agree with you! I have been doing more reading on the natural effects of natural healing. IT IS OUT THERE! As you said….it will cut down on the money the doctors and insurance companies make. It’s a shame but that’s how it is. Jack is doing a little better, but like I said, I wish I would have started sooner. Sorry to hear about your mother. I went through the same intense research with my father-in-law who passes away. He died of mad cow disease believe it or not. It is more common than we all think. I was shocked to hear that. Again, it comes down to money. I’m going to be writing a post on this. It’s a sad event. Good luck to you and BOOTS. I love Yorkies.


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