I hope that all of you had a fantastic Thanksgiving and partook in the gluttony that so commonly happens around this time of year. Here’s just a short post sharing how my (big) family celebrated. Hope you enjoy, and happy holidays to you and yours!
I recently did some work with my good friend Michelle over at à la Micho, creating the afauxgato (I oughta copyright that). This time around, we were joined by two of our other friends, Tong and Kai, and recreated the Crack Pie from Momofuku Milk Bar. Here are some photos from our adventures in baking!
I feel like I’m always neglecting my blog and I feel absolutely terrible. Nonetheless, here is a long overdue post on my trip to Seattle this past summer. The moment I landed, I fell in love with this city. There’s something so special about it that I can’t quite put my finger on. Maybe it’s because the weather was perfect while I was there (save for a gloomy day in the middle of my stay), but everything just felt right. The food was delicious, the coffee was amazing, and the people were so beautiful! I may just have left a little piece of my heart out there. Here are some photos from my trip, hope you enjoy!!
Wow, I’ve been away for so long! Forgive me for my extended absence here. This summer, I took a two week trip to Bolivia and Argentina on a medical mission trip with an organization called 4 Christ Mission. A group of about 50 young adults/college students from all over the US and Latin America travelled with doctors and dentists to provide medical care and ultimately, just love the people of Bolivia and Argentina with the love of Christ. I went as a part of the media team and captured all the sights and sounds with my trusty 5D Mark II (still a very capable and rugged camera!). In Bolivia, we stayed mostly in Santa Cruz and the outskirts of the city, while in Argentina, we stayed around Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires. I can go on and on about the trip with my words, but I’ll let my photos speak for themselves (and perhaps, interject with captions for context and other pertinent information). Here is just a very small sampling of the photos I took while I was on the trip. Because of the amount of photos in this post, I’ve opted to go with a gallery layout. Enjoy!
A couple of my other friends, Jennifer and Elizabeth asked me to do some senior portraits for them as well. They were super easy to work with and I think that shows in the photos we got! Here are some of the photos from our shoot together.
I had been hearing great things about TrueBurger. Some said it was basically Shake Shack on the West Coast. Though I’ve never tried Shake Shack, I hear great things about them as well. Naturally, I jumped at the opportunity to go to TrueBurger with some of my friends.
When a couple of my favorite people in Berkeley asked me to do a senior portrait shoot for them, I couldn’t resist! They are a wonderful couple and it was a pleasure working with them. Here are some photos from our session.
Here are some fun hipsteresque photos from around the Embarcadero that I took a while ago.
A couple weeks ago, I went on an eight mile hike at Alamere Falls with some of my friends. Here are some of the photos I took on the trip. Enjoy!