My Audacity by Claire.
Industrial style meets Santorini.
The beautiful Pinto Art Musuem in Antipolo, which is basically the heaven of anyone who’s in love with art and design.
Monte Cafe, Antipolo City.
My friends Alison and Andre is doing this thing, the “30 Cafes / 1 Summer” on Facebook. I asked them if I can join one sesh, and maybe we can also go to the famous Pinto Art Museum here in Antipolo. They agreed and considered me as the “guest photographer” Hahaha.
So we went. After an afternoon exploring the wonderful gallery which looks like a Industrial-Santorini hybrid, we went to Monte Cafe to have late lunch. Their Chicken Pesto was just so damn good, it’s probably the best one I had so far.
It was a good day filled with art, stories, and pasta.
The Sound by Ariela Jacobs.
La Vie En Rose (cover) by Daniela Andrade.
A play with shadows.
I’ve been taking my friend Elise’ photos more often lately. In the last one though she had longer hair. Anyway I’m happy to be making friends with my photography and art as the bridge.
Move Together by James Bay.
Rebranding, packaging and samples for The Hippie Project.
I decided to live a little more and document a little less. I guess I’ve been behind the camera long enough that I started to forget how it felt like to be in the moment. I missed it.
Anyway here’s what I’ve been up to so far: I’m going to gigs a lot more often. Before, on a good month I’d probably go to one, now it’s been going on a weekly basis. It’s really thrilling to be with new people and getting more exposed to the lively and wonderful local music scene.
The Hippie Project also took a big step this month, and I’m really happy with how things are going. This baby is going to places and I can’t wait to have a real store in the future. I can imagine it already—a big warehouse/loft. On the first floor is the THP shop, with my photography studio above it. Next door will be a cafe, with a little pub above it where you can hold spoken word and intimate live music gigs.
It’s a good plan. I hope it works.