Another 'Coffee and Rice' post? Yep. This time with the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 lens. I'm usually in bed early Sunday mornings, but I made an exception when Jan Paul of RollingClassics.us said he was visiting Houston. We made sure to get a good gathering of friends to come out for coffee, rice, and tacos.... [...]
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Earlier this year, I got a call from a friend asking if I was available for a magazine shoot, and I said sure.... That's when Andrea (pronounced Andre) Bottini contacted me. Long story short, the feature was for EVO Italy Magazine on the new Dodge Challenger Hellcat. As per usual, thanks for reading or following what I do. I'm a little bac[...]
“Nothing in this world is difficult, but thinking makes it seem so. Where there is true will, there is always a way.” - Wu Cheng'en, Monkey: The Journey to the West One of my goals this year was to make a road trip to California and attend a track day, but with my last minute freelance booking schedule, it was difficult... or was it? Normally, if I had downtim[...]
What happens when you spot one of the coolest retro Toyota's driving through Houston's Vietnam Town aka Bellaire? You snapchat it of course... ....then you get the idea of a night themed "Drive" shoot. That's when I asked Tommy Le or @tommyflyby on snapchat if he was down for a shoot. Of course he was up for it so we exchanged contacts and set up a shoot date an[...]
I've been meaning to start a new blog sometime now that I am a full time "photographer". I still feel weird calling myself that because anyone with a nice camera can be a "photographer" these days. Let's get started with what I've been up to this year. This feels weird because it seems like a end of the year recap post...