Justin Wren the Big Pygmy The hero’s journey begins with a single step and is bound by the battles fought. Pride cannot be confined to only outcome, sometimes we’re set up to succeed other times left at a loss. Head down and hands up at the school of hard knocks.Read More



Bouyancy – 19/09/09 – 9:45 PM – Clear Lake > Palo Alto > Breaker’s Beach It’s one thing to call it out. It’s another thing to hear about it through someone else. But It’s an entirely different thing to experience it for oneself. Summer came I’ve been caught in theRead More



Trajectory – 19/08/05 – 5:00 PM -Santa Clara > Alviso > Palo Alto January gave too much of myself to the wrong ones, began to monitor my mood and journal my gratitude, like marked heights against the door jamb from back when I was young. February focused on uplifting aRead More


Full Disclosure

Alejandro the Inclusive My intention is to capture your attention, first and foremost no honorable mention. Accept me and my imperfections, whether you like me or not is at your discretion. Secondly shut off your screens and really get into it, moments like these are meant to be intimate. Nothing’sRead More


Revolved and Redirected

Ian the Cyclist Previously caught up in the now, slighted and shortsighted. In a lane with two solid stripes, a space shared yet divided. There’s no right of way for those who are late and untimely. Engulfed by the countless possibilities without even trying. A print maker, industrial designer, andRead More



Alessio the Skipper What’s left unseen is left unsaid, most visitors come and go without a true breadth of what lies at their wake. Browsing boutiques by the shore, chasing after the crowds, trusting fake locals for advice are all common mistakes. Give it 3 to 4 days, go atRead More



Rundown – 19/05/12 – 3:30 PM -Italy > Home What’s in store, where are you going, what next? No out of office automatic replies, disconnected lines, or goodbye texts. We simply say we’re off the grid and that we need time to reflect. Often times we never give relaxation ourRead More



Acclimatize – 19/04/29 – 7:45 PM – SFO>ZRH>FCO A landscape scene revisited numerous times, now adjusting to the aperture seen through another’s eyes Captured with a different lens revealing the disguised, otherwise unnoticed now a path of light revitalized A portrait enveloped by a vision of the forest for theRead More



Reiterate – 19/04/25 – 9:00 AM – SF>SC The way the sun hugs the hills of I-280 Got me asking what have I done for me lately Took Orthodox 101 but it ain’t retaining Feenin’ for Sunshine 85 way less scathing Inclined to decline on a slight gradient Ramp thingsRead More


Lola’s Lifelong Lesson

Zenaida the Teacher What does it take to be a great teacher? For one awareness of their limitations and time constraints magnifies their strengths. Knowing that education spans past their fingertips, grasping minds wide as their influence. Only second to the guardian and that’s apparent, as children come with inherentRead More


Reason, Season, Lifetime

Pierette the Narrator Born in nineteen twenty-seven, just one of eleven, not to mention she was last she never fought for attention. Carefree as a child with boundless energy, provided basic amenities, bare necessities, and hearty recipes. Enough heat emanated from the candela centerpiece, garland hung on top of theRead More