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Under the Influence: Take Back Your Mind, Your Goals, Your Life.

It hit me like a ton of bricks. I stopped and stood there frozen, mouth agape in awe. This has happened before, Paris seems to have that effect on me. However, this time it wasn't from a position of wonder, awe, and love. It was from a horrifying level of shock, disgust, and rejection.

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Why I'm Fighting Against Everything I Believe In and Travelling With A Selfie Stick

Maybe it’s the increasing levels of nostalgia that I experience as I age but it doesn't sit well with me that I don't have much to look at in terms of images of me in my life, enjoying my life.

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Hot Dog Snobbery: Engaged.

Ask me last month if I like hot dogs and I'd have choked down some visceral vomit. Fast forward to a trip to San Diego and I’m sitting on the sidewalk behind a fold-up tray table…

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Self Love, Destruction and Beignets

The cold reality is that often we deny ourselves the things that bring us the most happiness. This usually comes from a subconscious place of fear, guilt, shame. 

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"Dire Pane Al Pane e Vino Al Vino"

That first bite is always the best. I swear to Yoda, I have seen fireworks and heard symphonies explode at the first bite of a well-orchestrated pizza.

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Seeking Inspiration

Growing up, I would spend hours in my room listening to different songs, visualizing moving stories, scenes, people and images. 

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Havana Street Photography: Look At Me!

Last march I set out on a mission: to work up the courage to take a stranger's photograph! I dabbled slowly into the world of street photography, working in small increments of challenge

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One Picture, A Thousand Words: Havana

Havana is a magical place, existing on this fine line, in a world of parallels if you will. A world where the old and the new come together,

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One Picture, A Thousand Words: Paris

I remember sitting and staring out the window for what seemed like forever. Eventually I lay down, exhausted from a day of travel and looked the other way, staring at a wall. 

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Havana Street Photography: Get In Close

Photography is a lesson in confidence. It can easily be misinterpreted as a passive hobby, where one simply sits back and waits, snapping away and creating magic. However, without the confidence and the "balls" to actively go for it you will walk away disappointed

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One Picture, A Thousand Words: Passion Passport

Having a passion for food photography, artistic styling and visual storytelling,  One of the things I love most about food photography and styling is how it can transport you to another world through one image.

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Eat, Venture Shoot: Cortona, Italy

If you like to eat food, specifically carbs, go to Italy. If you want to learn how to make said food, go to a small village called Cortona.

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Havana Street Photography: Environmental Candids

Havana is an overwhelming cacophony of sensory input. The sights, the sounds, the smells (oh my were there smells...) can be overpowering at times, leaving you standing still like a deer in the headlights

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