Sharing Priime Photography

Finding New & Exciting Ways to Share I still can’t claim any talents with my photography, but one thing I could say is that I know how to tell a story. Well, here is another way to tell my stories through my photos. If you follow my Instagram, you can see my photos in series of three—whereContinue reading “Sharing Priime Photography”

Water Cooler Thoughts…

… reflecting on your opinion. Have you ever looked at a water cooler jug—the ones in offices and some homes—and just couldn’t tell where the water line stands? Just couldn’t tell how full the jug was from the faint, blue-ish coloring of the jug itself and the stillness of the water inside it? You wantContinue reading “Water Cooler Thoughts…”

New Work, New World

It took ten months, but I’ve found my bearings and the thrashing waters of life have settled. The winter over-stayed, the spring was nonexistent, and the busy summer scorches through into eternity. With time having its fun, the weeks flew from tomorrows into todays, todays into yesterdays, and all-too-quickly, into last months. I studied the downtown and the midtown, the east side toContinue reading “New Work, New World”

Random Blog Post #12 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from Jack Kerouac. They say Jack Kerouac is one of those writers who reinvented literature. Influencing countless writers, and ushering in the 1960’s counter-culture movement, Kerouac is known for novels as The Dharma Bums, Big Sur, and On the Road. Kerouac shared his thirty essentials to writing in what he called BeliefContinue reading “Random Blog Post #12 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

Random Blog Post # 11 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from Neil Gaiman. Hailing from England, Neil Gaiman has written novels, short fiction, comic books, graphic novels, and more. He’s done some great work, notably the comic book series The Sandman, and novels American Gods, Coraline, and Stardust. Here, Gaiman gives us his eight goodContinue reading “Random Blog Post # 11 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

A Year With St. Ignatius of Loyola

And his oh-so perceptive daily thoughts. Flashback to 2007, my high school graduation from Georgetown Prep in Bethesda, MD, where I had spent 3 years under their Jesuit heavy teaching, learning all about the Society of Jesus, St. Francis Xavier, Ad maiorem Dei gloriam, being a man for others, so on, and so on. As part ofContinue reading “A Year With St. Ignatius of Loyola”

2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II

With life back in the states—now in New York—taking shape and slowly becoming a stable thing, I reflect on the last year and the year to come, and like every other forward-thinking human being, setting goals, I mean, why not, right? Going through 2014, I wanted to break down my favorite things about the year.Continue reading “2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II”

2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part I

With life back in the states—now in New York—taking shape and slowly becoming a stable thing, I reflect on the last year and the year to come, and like every other forward-thinking human being, setting goals, I mean, why not, right? After a month away from Nahui-Day (hated being away, but it was needed), I’mContinue reading “2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part I”

Slight Break from Nahui-Day

Took last week off, need few more weeks to catch up with life. With my recent move to NYC and my constant search for apartments and work, I have been inundated with day-to-day tasks, interview follow-ups, and meetings. Add my birthday into the mix last week, and we got a perfect recipe for a tired and overworkedContinue reading “Slight Break from Nahui-Day”