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The gorgeous foothills behind Ali’s house are a photoventure must… so hours before I hit the road back to Los Angeles from my Thanksgiving week in San Jose, I scooped her up in my Jeep (beep beep!) for a quick camera sesh. To see our previous shoot, click where can i buy furosemide in the philippines!
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I really couldn’t tell you exactly how we met, but somewhere around second grade we did and the rest is history. Dabay (yes, it’s her real name) is an only child, so naturally we became sisters.
When my friend suggested to have an adventure in Prospect Park, I was not expecting to be blown away. Continue reading →
I always say “California is the best STATE, but New York City is the best CITY in the US.” Continue reading →
“A good idea can be given [to someone], but if a person isn’t driven… it’s just a wasted thought.”
One thing I absolutely love about social media is connecting with really awesome people all over. I stumbled upon Tristan’s Instagram page a few years ago, thought his graphic design artwork was unique, and clicked the follow button. I’ve seen him go from just making cartoons of people for their social media avatars, to custom phone cases for celebrities, and now he is developing a few cartoon shows. During my trip to NY, we met up in Time’s Square to grab a bite to eat and discuss the growth of his career over the years. While shy in front of a camera, he was very open and forward with what he shared with me, including his struggles out of high school to find a job and the lack of a great support system. Using what most would consider a set back, Tristan taught himself all he needed to know to get his business (Tristan Art) off the ground and can’t imagine himself not doing what he loves; proof that if you want something you make it happen! Continue reading →
If you have never gone across the Brooklyn Bridge you are missing out. And if you have never done it as the sun sets, well… I’m here for you. After a stop at Shake Shack (In-n-Out fries are still my favorite) in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, I was ready to take in the amazing views. The bridge was completed in 1883 and is one of the oldest in the United States of it’s kind (cable stayed/suspension). It connects Brooklyn to Manhattan over the East River. To the left, headed towards downtown, you can see the Statue of Liberty and to the right you can see the Manhattan Bridge. The sun setting over the bridge made everything have a golden hue and I couldn’t help but stop every few minutes to just snap away. Though it’s slightly over a mile long, I got into Manhattan about 2 hours later and headed straight to find some coffee. Brrr! Here’s a handful of some of the pictures I took along my evening stroll. Continue reading →
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