I spend a day photographing a dancer. Soon to be break out Broadway actress Essence Delgado is ready to revamp her portfolio and I’m the one to help.
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This family trip has been pretty bonding. I’m a big sucker for creating and saving memories. I keep my camera on me at almost all times. As much photos are pretty telling, videos are everything. I remember my mom having countless home videos, and the older we got, they seemed to fade. Now that we have so many kiddies running around, it’s time for me to pick up the habit.
This is a quick summary of our 2017 family vacation. —- Enjoy!
I finally picked up a paintbrush this week. I have showcase coming up where I’ll be presenting a few pieces. I took a stroll through Michael’s, and every time I walk in, I feel like a little kid in a toy store. I fell in love with a few bottles of metallic paint. I ended up purchasing 3 bottles, a nice teal, a gold and a bronze… I think that was my favorite.
I had no idea what I was going to paint, but I was going to make it happen. I threw on some trap music, and then some electronic and just let the brushes do their work. I’ll show you guys the end result soon!
Many ask me, “How was Cuba?”
How could I possibly explain the experience of this tragic beauty. The island is poor, all you want to do is turn around and help someone. It turns out, that even though the architecture of all the historic structures are stunning, my favorite beauty happened to be the people. Almost every single person I encountered happened to have such an inviting personality. So humble, so willing to take the time out of their day to initiate conversation. Many Cubans were just as curious about us, as we were of them. The patience and the manners that the locals had, made me wish I can take the manners, behavior and the politeness back to the states.
We’re all so caught up in what’s in front of our screens, we don’t take the time out to speak to people. We’re so used to having options, we don’t care if we were rude to you…”Oh, well”
It’s taken me some time, 300 clips, 28 minutes of footage. I’ve tried my best to condense it as much as I could, and all this time later, the video is finally done. So now, when you ask me, “How was Cuba?” You can see for yourself!
Art Basel was an amazing experience. This girl trip was a teaser to what we really have coming up, which you guys will all kn ow about soon enough. I’ve been busting my butt trying to create more dimensional content and that’s why, slowly but surely I’ll be adding more videos on this site. I love drawing and my photography is getting way better, but sometimes you gotta up the ante a bit. I hope you all enjoy this video of out 24 hours in Miami. And you haven’t seen images from that post, you do so HERE. See you guys soon!
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