A Travel Blog by a Travel Photographer
Okay, the long answer is a bit elaborate, so let me go through the pros-and-cons.
MALIBU RED is set to launch a 5 part web series documentary on Ne-Yo. The footage from the series contains video I shot while over in UK for the R.E.D. Tour earlier this year. Make sure you check it out. I will update this link as the each part of the series is released.
As a kid, I spent a lot of time traveling alone on airplanes. Two weeks here, two months there, and then back again.
Earlier today I was doing an image search for one of my images. When the results came back, I saw one of my images on a website in the UK. When I clicked on the image to take me to the site it was being used on, I realized it was being used in a story that had me ranked as one of the Top 100 Travel Photographers in the World. For the past 16 years, I’ve been working behind-the-scenes in the Entertainment Industry where you’re not recognized for your work. The studios get all the credit. After working in [...]
Do you really want to be one of those people that works for someone your whole life? I don’t believe that many people would answer yes to this question. As the good old saying goes: if you are not going to chase your dream than you are going to be working for someone and helping them chase their dream. To chase our dreams, to do what we love in life, and to live life with some sort of purpose, we all essentially become entrepreneurs- even if we are really artists, musicians, or whatever the hell else we are passionate about. The point is [...]
1. In New York, you’re only allowed to be an asshole if you’re interesting. You have to earn the privilege of behaving like a dick. In Los Angeles, however, you can just be a dick. No funny jokes or good personality needed! 2. Los Angeles is the land of delusions. You can live your life thinking you’re the best invention since sliced bread and no one will question your self-importance. New York is different though. Living here basically entails being humiliated on a daily basis. It’s like being served a slice of humble pie over and over again. So even if you do [...]
Sales topped an amazing $1.5 billion at Art Basel, with many wealthy stars lining up alongside the world’s top art collectors to snap up pieces. Former Giants star Jeremy Shockey bought two fiberglass tigers painted byDomingo Zapata for $100,000 each. Zapata was honored at a Hublot event at the SLS Hotel on Friday, and among the 2,000 guests was famed artistDamien Hirst — who was spotted giving Zapata a kiss on the lips. Beyoncé and Jay-Z were also seen perusing the works on show at America’s hippest art fair. We’re told Jay snapped up a $20,000 painting titled “Everyone’s Scared” by 31-year-old Chicagoan Hebru Brantley, who won the [...]