When my London native friend Sam took me shopping at the Notting Hill markets he bought me a vintage camera called ILFORD Sportsmaster. After, we tried to open the camera to load up film and found that it was nearly impossible. That night we went out to dinner and asked everyone who was sitting at … Read more
Filming a wedding isn’t just picking up a camera and pressing record. There is an art behind it that most people fail to understand. When I am hired as the photographer usually the person doing the filming is someone’s relative. When it comes to those special moments they can be found hanging out with friends … Read more
In the mist of my travels, I’ve done some freelance work. My friend introduced me to a girl who films events and edits them for clients in the OC. Here is a sweet 16 party we both shot with our digital SLRS. We both filmed all night, so it was excited to see what Marion … Read more
I was inspired by my double exposer images that I get when I shoot with my small film camera to try something new with my digital shots. I mixed, overlay and adjust the colors to match what I remembering seeing when I develop my film.
It’s been great not working at a full time job for a while. Its given me the time to do the simple things in life, like go out side and play with my nephews. I grew up with film and so I thought I would take some photos of my nephews with a classic Kodak … Read more
So for the past month, I’ve been doing this independent thing. I do a few photoshoots here and there and with free time I go outside and play. I was in disparate need to shoot film. I hadn’t done it in a while. My friend Hector and I went across the field by his house … Read more
Good news – My new editing book came in.. The bad news – I am having a hard time finishing up the current book I am reading, “What They Don’t Teach You at Film School.” This book is good but dry. It more about preparation for working as film maker. Today when I got home … Read more
“I am a Kid” was a day-dream I had while listening to, I Believe in Your Victory by This Will Destroy You. I imaged how a young couple would react when put in an adult situation. How immaturity would affect their decisions and reactions. I pictured the girl saying one thing but really meaning another. … Read more