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A month ago I visited some friends in Sacramento and visited the Crocker Art Museum with a friend of mine. We had been friends a long while but over the last few years we had both become occupied by our lives. Him with starting a family and me, returning to school. We reconnected once we … Continue reading [Blogtober] [Photography]- “The Fate of All Young Men”
You mean you just heard of #Blogtober? Here's the break down. Blogtober is a writing/blogging challenge where you create and share new content every day for the 31 days (the Month of October). Though you can promote your blog however way you wish or currently do, I recommend using this opportunity to connect with other … Continue reading Single Subject Blog Ideas and Tips for #Blogtober
This was taken with a Canon Rebel also from the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. It's called "Audience Wanted" for obvious reasons. I think we seek symmetry when we pursue balance. To be similar to others in a world where everyone is unique. . Photo by Jonathan Pendleton on Unsplash To Unite our efforts to share what we carry … Continue reading Day 25 [Photography] Audience Wanted
6 Hours of Overtime Lunch With Parents Two hours of Writing I am going to go have a much needed drink. I honestly feel really good. This is the third consecutive week I've finished a chapter. It ain't pretty and it's not good, but it's capturing what makes my story unique and different. So that's … Continue reading Day 23 [Novel Progress] Chapter Three Completed
The More you Know. Happy Friday! 🙂
This was taken with a Canon Rebel in the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. I was there about a month ago to basically feel out how I felt about living in Sacramento. Something about visiting this museum really sealed the deal on wanting to move there. This mask in particularly stood out to me. Just … Continue reading Day 22 [Photography]: “The Totem”
Shot way too late at night with a Canon Rebel. The model is a my friend Elle from the band Angel Sap. I really want to do a less improvised shoot with her and something that's a little more representative of her personality and style. She also happens to have an amazing voice so check … Continue reading Day 21 [Photography]: “A Moment Of Calm”
The title of the book should be determined with the cover art in mind.
I stood in the parking lot of the Chicken Pot Pie shop dressed in day old sweat, and a tank top drenched in Febreeze and cigarette smoke. My hair was styled by my friend's couch and his cat's late night cuddle party. Wristbands cling to my wrists like neon bracelets as bright as the sun's … Continue reading [Day 12][Photography | Story]: Sweat, Wristbands, and Breakfast with A Girl
Tonight I'm doing this instead of everything else 😁 These are the promises I kept to myself: Do Jonah's Morning Exercises (100 push ups, 100 crunches, 100 body squats) Program for at least an hour a night. Apply for at least One Job. Total Kept: 11 The Promises I will keep tomorrow are: Do Jonah's … Continue reading Day 10(Reflection) We Do What We Want We Don’t Do What We Should
I took this at an event called Alleywave in Fresno, CA. The fire breather was accompanied by a fire dancer and were putting on a really good show--so I moved in. Giving them a respectable and safe amount of space I did my best to capture all the leaps and spins. Not the easiest … Continue reading [Day 6][Photography]: “Fire Breather”
Today's entry is the cover art for an open letter to my first-love, because The misery of the first two days finally paid off. Both My creativity and productivity went up significantly after I made an adjustment to my routine. If you've been following along you might have noticed it. If you haven't, don't fret, I'll … Continue reading [Day 4][ART]: “The Bridge We Share”