Thus far, this summer has been filled with a lot of traveling and adventure to say the least. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting about my previous few weeks of summer travels and highlighting the places that I visited, people I met through the images I was able to capture with my […]Read more "Tokyo, Japan"
Since I created my book, twenty seven, twenty eight, the creative process that went along with it has transformed how I want to view and live my life. I want to learn and experience as much as I can of all that the world has to offer. I do not want to waste time or […]Read more "Busan, South Korea"
This past weekend, my two friends and I decided to do a long weekend trip to Charleston, South Carolina. With jobs and life in general always eating up time, we thought it would be a decent idea to just get away for a weekend. Since none of us had never been and we didn’t really plan anything out, […]Read more "Charleston, South Carolina"
This past weekend, my friend Ryan and I took a day trip to Gainesville, FL to hang out with some other rad people (Justin, Aaron, Royce, Steele and Sam) who shoot film at this month’s Coffee and Cameras meet up. After grabbing some lunch and some coffee (rightfully so), we decided to bust out my c-stand and […]Read more "Coffee and Cameras: Gainesville, FL"
It’s been a minute month or two since my last post. Suffice to say, the fact that the blog has been sitting here untouched for the better part of the month has been biting at the back of my mind. It’s a relief and joy that I am typing a new post. With just seven days […]Read more "Road Trip: North Carolina"
If you know anything about Florida, it probably stems from the ridiculous headlines that come out of this wonderful state: The 2004 election, Florida Man, George Zimmerman, Casey Anthony, The Sausage Castle, people eating people, you name it. Don’t worry, the depression and the ridiculousness doesn’t stop there. I recently stumbled upon one of the most bizarre […]Read more "Brooksville Villas & Hillside Estates"
One of the best perks of teaching that isn’t related to teaching has got to be the summer vacation. Every other summer, I try to take a worthwhile trip that lasts approximately two weeks. This past summer I finally made it out to the Pacific Northwest. I even got to see the Grand Canyon for […]Read more "Portland, OR and the Pacific Northwest"