May 2013 in Photography

Just when I thought April came and went without a peep, May seemed to whiz by with even more turbo. Only after reviewing the photos I’ve taken during the month did I realize why that was. It was choke full of activities both on the work front, and in the various passionate endeavors I engaged…

April 2013 in Photography

They say to travel when you’re young. But you know, I think you can travel at any age in your life- and to any place. It’s like re-watching a movie you saw as a kid and having a better/different understanding of it on the second go around. 1) I re-visit Las Vegas, and this time…

November 2012 in Photography

November 2012 has been an inconsistent month when it comes to weather. This time last year, I was Mr. Bundle-Up. On this go around, I can’t count how many times I’ve had to change my wardrobe upon stepping out of my place on account of a drastic shift in weather. November came and went without…

October 2012 in Photography

Here I am, six days into November, posting some photos that stood out to me in October. I’m going to pull the “Better late than never” card. Hawazaahhh! 1) San Francisco. Closing night of The Strange Case of Citizen de la Cruz. Was the City ready to send us off into our post-show blues? 2) Color and…

I left my alpaca in San Francisco

“Dress in layers.” they told me when I first moved to San Francisco for college. It’s true! Well, sort of. If you’re hauling around a 15-20lb. bag for miles then the layers mean much less. Which happened to be the case, last Saturday. San Francisco’s weather continues to surprise -it went to balmy romp to…

Being Hueman

HUEMAN. That’s not a typo. I first came across that word from an artist friend’s (Allison Torneros) Tumblr page. Being a fan of wordplay, I was instantly smitten by it and the transparent ideas it represented in human diversity, mind and body.. How insanely obvious it was that everyone has their own personality but so…

Butt end of 2011. The retrospect.

If you read my post about taking care of TO DO lists, then this entry is a validation of those practices. At the end of 2010, I looked back at the year and realized I had done so much with some of my actions yielding successes that can’t measured by tangible items, but the value…

Affair at the State Fair

Sacramento, location of the state fair. And my appetite. And I know everything in Texas big, but hey, Sacramento has its moments… It was my first time ever going to the State Fair and while it had a lot of the immediate look-and-to-dos as other fairs, there was the fact that it was a massive…

Swimming in Pool and Broth.

I can’t help but notice that my blog posts are usually about two things, mostly: Food and Acting. By today’s web-reader standards, I’m hardly a foodie. Just a fat kid who loves the simple pleasures of palette pleasing and passion seeking. I spent this past weekend in Sacramento, with The Mardens™ –at the State Fair!…

SubZERO 2011 was HOT!

Where does the time go? It felt like only yesterday I was in attendance of the very first SubZERO Festival (presented by Zero1 and South FIRST FRIDAYS) and it was nothing more than a strip of rag-tag street vendors with a handful of trinkets to share and sell. The art galleries that peppered South First street…

“UNSPOKEN”, seen and heard in Vegas pt. 3 of 3

I wouldn’t go as far as to call myself an uber-geek, but I do have moments when I geek out like no one’s business—especially with things related to video games, comic books, and gizmos and gadgets! The NAB Convention was…well…I don’t know how to describe it. So here are some pictures. Then there were sights…

“UNSPOKEN”, seen and heard in Vegas pt. 2 of 3

The next few days were more of the same; Late nights with each other’s company and early morning breakfast hunting. This was the hip hop room of MARQUEE in Tao. It was jam packed! And by jam pack I mean with people and great music! There wasn’t much room to get your groove on, but there…