when jimmy and i broke up,
i lost my photo adventure partner in crime
and consequently have been very uninspired to take much photos.
but ever since i got henri,
i’ve been meeting so many wonderful dogs and taking tons of doggie pictures.
now seriously considering being a pet photographer.
a pug named simon i met at my neighborhood dog run
and of course, henri
who has his own blog
not because i’ve become some fanatic who’s obsessed with their dog,
but because my family and friends keep asking for pictures,
so i figured it’s easier than sending mass emails every other day.
currently listening to:
the line that gets me, “somewhere maybe someday, maybe somewhere far away.”
phan [here’s the video i helped him with for the island reef job]
has become one of my best buddies in new york
because he’s totally the male version of me.
we were both overachieving private school nerds raised in ghetto san jose,
surrounded by wannabe gangster vietnamese deviants who’d call us white-washed
because we had absolutely no interest in karaoke coffee shops, rice rockets or azn pryde.
then we met in new york, as transients adjusting to the natives’ abrasive attitudes
and trying to discover as much of the city as we can before our hearts pull us back into the bay area.
one huge difference, i didn’t lose my virginity at 26.
so someone has been making up for lost time by slutting it up.
but seriously, all the má»¹ tráº¯ng girls love him.
last weekend, we took a roadtrip to canada.
mad mad fun.
the 72 hour film shootout is a nationwide competition organized by aafilmlab
where filmmaking teams have 72 hours to write, shoot, edit and produce short films
up to five minutes in length on a common theme.
this year’s theme was “a first goodbye.”
for 56 grueling hours, we sweat, bled and made “cold war”:
here’s a quick behind the scenes shot taken by tomur: