At this taco spot & the dude sitting next to me is just casually doing his taxes.
That was actually me. Only tacos could get me through something so unbearable.
Hard to believe it’s been a year since we launched Coffitivity. I still remember the day Justin came to me at work telling me about his idea and how it would be a fun side project and good portfolio piece. The fact that Coffitivity has come this far is amazing, and I can’t thank everyone enough for their support over the past year. Working with Ace, Justin, Tommy and the 80amps crew has been great and, most of all, a wonderful learning experience. Looking forward to the future.
Stay creative, everyone. And have fun doing it.
(Also, yes…we are drinking beer in this photo. Working with people who you can enjoy a beer with is an awesome privilege not enough of us get to experience)
On Sunday, just a few hours before science fiction thriller Gravity would win a whopping seven Academy Awards, NASA tweeted a set of pictures showing what life in space really looks like.
- My Boyfriend: Did Leonardo win an Oscar?
- Me: No.
- My Boyfriend: Who was he up against?
- Me: The odds.
Leonardo Dicaprio switches the lights on in his empty hotel room, silently making his way towards his bed. He collapses onto the bed in defeat, screams of anguish and cries of disappointment muffled thanks to his pillow. The oscar-less feeling in his hands doesn’t make anything better. Everything is hopeless. He sobs and sobs and sobs until unconsciousness finally overwhelms him.
#PharrellWilliams in a #Lanvin tux……with shorts! Thoughts, questions, concerns?! #Oscars2014
Concerns. Why he look like he’s an orphan from the 1940’s going to a classy function?
"You gon’ get picked today, Nathaniel!"
^lol, y’all some haters
New York City
The haunting, beautiful La Jetée plays February 28 at the Anthology Film Archives. Chris Marker’s landmark 1962 film tells the story an unnamed man in a time travel experiment who falls in love with a woman he sees on a pier. The film gently flickers across the screen and into your mind as it is made almost entirely of still frames.
Anonymous asked: What do you do when you don't like your own work and get really discouraged and wanna stop shooting :/?
happens a lot. looking at other peoples work makes me happy, seeing really great images. that propels me to want to improve. i haven’t wanted to stop shooting however. the main reason i take photos is just for myself. to document my life, what i see, my friends, things i like. yeah, sometimes my photos are pure shit. but at the end of the day, im shooting so ill have something to look back on. photography is art, but for me it is mostly documentation, then art. i would say to find that happiness in why you shoot. that is the ultimate goal.
Muhammad Ali & Malcom X