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For 20 years Papermoon Diner has been serving up yummy comfort food to the community of Baltimore (and beyond) with their quirky personality–their interior and exterior design says it all. To celebrate their 20th anniversary they wanted a portrait taken of all their staff members to express their gratitude for all their hard work while doing it with style and smile.read more
These photos, taken for Jolie Lin and Gerardo Fernandez's engagement, were captured around Mount Vernon, the Inner Harbor, and Federal Hill Park in Baltimore, Maryland See the video on Youtube. See the full gallery on...read more
This piece was inspired by a duality I perceived in human consciousness after dwelling on the ideas expressed in Nietzsche's "The Birth of Tragedy." While the first movement of my piece ("Prolog") serves as a purely musical introduction/prelude, the following...read more
For many years my friends have asked me to come to the Ren Fest. I was very timid and indecisive about it. Since I don't have any outfit nor know anything too much about it. The closest thing to Renaissance Festival was playing World of Warcraft. However, this year I...read more
Just as I walked out of the Mount Royale metro station in Montreal, I was instantly drawn to an addictive rhythm accompanied by an impressive guitar rift. They are the CheeseCake Ninja. The drum set was made from big cans and a high hat, but had the rhythm to call down the thunder. And the guitarist was flying all around the area like a grasshopper butterfly! Next time I’m in Montreal, I want to find them and hear them play again.read more
A family photo session with the Stottlemyers.read more
While walking around Montreal, the first thing I noticed was how quiet it was for a city of this caliber.I could still hear manmade noises all around, but it was only ambient rather than in your face like an infomercial. The sound of the French language was deeply welcoming, like breakfast after a long sleep. Metaphysically, I could smell history in the brick and mortar in Old Montreal.read more