Having spent the last five months in the concrete jungle that is NYC, I came close to forgetting about the photo opportunities that arise when you live in a lush, nature paradise like San Francisco. The first few weeks back were heavily documented on my camera roll every time I stepped outside, where the air refreshingly smelled like fresh eucalyptus and pine instead of garbage and sweat. I once missed the 29 bus because I was preoccupied snapping shots of Lake Merced and in other instance, freaked out a shop owner because I was taking an obsessively excessive amount of pictures of her succulents (typical). By putting some of these visuals into this post, I’d like to think it makes those blunders at least a little worthwhile.
This is a one of a kind microwave that I personally invented. Its main purpose is to create radioactive spiders, but it can also make amazing Hot Pockets. This is perfect for anyone who wants to fulfill his/her childhood dream of becoming Spiderman. Continue reading
Hey everyone! It’s summer time, which means I’m back and ready to write and read. You would think that I’d spend most of my time doing something productive but so far sleeping in until two pm and making garlic fries at one in the morning should give you a rough idea of how productive I have actually been… But this column is my motivation. This is my baby.
I’m back for the summer with a new series y’all! Inspired in part Wes Anderson’s famous cinematic color palettes, “Saturated Summer” is an organized visual diary and colorized love letter dedicated to the various adventures had on my first trip home from college. Though each picture started out as merely a casual iPhone-documented moment from my day-to-day life, these snaps stand out when paired with other photos that share the same hue. Hopefully these simple photo-grids will help preserve what it felt like to be a young adult finding the comforts of familiarity again, and also allow you to experience these few and fruitful months with me in a small, yet meaningful capacity.