I'm a super shy live music & travel photographer. I post snippets of my daily life and other mundane things. Out of all the crap I blab about, I think you can trust my opinion on music the most. Read more. Sometimes, I blog with a few more words here.
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Away From Home will start publishing essays this month. You can still submit about your experiences away from home! Click here for the introduction.
Justin and I have officially been traveling for a year and writing about it on Weekends! To celebrate, we’ve moved it to its very own home which you should check out now. Let me know what you think! We’re very proud of it.
Hi, all! I’ve been away from Tumblr for a while because I’ve been so busy working on the relaunch of LA Weekends! We’re celebrating its first year anniversary and we’d like to do it with a redesign, and many other surprises. I hope you check it out once it’s ready for you. ‘Til then, have some beer!
We visited Universal Studios, Disneyland, and Knott’s Berry Farm all in one month for LA Weekends! Someone has to do it, right? Click here for our review!
This, my dear friends, is a deconstructed pizza dish. First, you take a bite out of that cheese bread and then you take a shot of the liquid tomatoes. If it sounds bizarre to you, that’s because it kind of is. But it was so freaking great! I had this and many more at this event Restless Cities did last weekend. Thanks to Cheeses of France, we were spoiled rotten the second night (after a rather traumatizing first night). More here.
People I Photographed Without Even Realizing It #2: Billy Zane. I was instructed to harass him for photos, but I had no idea it was the evil Cal from Titanic. He was so nice about it. I had to run after him after he agreed to have his photo taken because people were hounding him. Noticing my predicament, he turned back to me as he was being lead to a food truck and cracked a joke about how I need to “pin it ito win it”. He did a series of silly poses then said goodbye with a wink. What a guy. He’s obviously used to the craziness, but at least he’s not being douchey about it.
We are publishing a collection of essays on what it’s like to live away from home. Whether you’re a first time traveler or a seasoned explorer, we want to hear your stories! It can be funny, sad, enlightening, etcetera. Please get in touch: email@example.com
Spaces, a project I started in 2011, will relaunch tomorrow on Restless Cities publishing original entries weekly featuring musician Benoit Pioulard, author Deb Olin Unferth, Filipino filmmaker Jerrold Tarog, Reykjavík City’s official illustrator Rán Flygenring, and more. New entries will also be added within the next month!