There's a first for everything. This was my first time being a part of a bridal party and filming it at the same time. Honored to be a part of your special day Noel and Christie. Enjoy the cut.
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Taken while swimming with whale sharks in Oslob and sardines in Moalboal, Philippines.
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Photo taken at : Barracuda Lake.
You’re not tasked to develop something that never exists before. It’s a common misconception that we magically create something from nothing. Good design is when you’re mindful of the past, dream of the future, and carefully blend the two to communicate a clear and simple idea. When done successfully. It is misconceived as magic.
Shoot me ideas. I’m drawing 31 days of Bentley. So far I’ve got :
1. Robo-Bent 2. NaturalBent 3. Lucha-Bent Libre 4. Origami-bent 5. Balloon-bent 6. Skele-Bent
Yes, I’m four days late. But better late than never. Show me what ya’ll are sketching around this time on IG.
I’m back and can’t wait to cut an edit of our time teaching and speaking with the design community in Queretaro Mexico.
Today I learned a Spanish proverb “donde cabe uno cabana dos.” Which roughly translate into “Where fits one fits two.” It’s commonly used when sharing a meal, one plate will feed two people. It can also be used to depict someone who wears many hats.
Fucked around and filmed and edit this feature video for a brand I’ve been working with. I was trying to capture their brand experience in a short 10 second clip.
Queretaro, Mexico to be exact. If you’re close come say hi, Anh and I are here until the end of September.
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Channeling my inner Clark Little as I made this purchase. I hope I will make good use out of this water housing. Any surf photographers reading this ? Email me some links, books or blogs I should follow to learn more about shooting surf.
Every photographer experiments with smoke grenades at least once. I thought this shot was dope. If you plan to try this, make sure there is no wind, even small amounts makes it hard to control where you want the smoke to be.