In another post, I talked about how I’ve had a problem with my back for some time – my hips were literally locked and my booty-shaking abilities were seriously compromised. Thanks to my regular trips to my chiropractor – I am able to dance freely again. Watch this video of me in a samba dance while I was in Brazil. My boyfriend says he’s never seen a white girl shake her booty like that. I’ll let you be the judge of that.
In the mean time, news from my studio:
TWiT Photo Episode 13 with Ed Kashi
Ed Kashi’s a legendary photographer who regularly works for top magazines such as National Geographic, Time, Newsweek and has won countless awards for his compelling work. I first met Ed in an Eddie Adams workshop – and he has always inspired me with his passion and sensitive, moral eye for political and social issues. Watch TWiT Photo Ep. 13 to learn his photography insights and tips here or on iTunes. Ed, you kicked butt!
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My Interview With Jondo Art
We all witnessed a terrible disaster as the worst earthquake in decades rocked the northeast coast of Japan a few months ago. In a bid to help, I joined organizers, Jondo and artist-photographer Maki Kawakita, and 10 other photographers who donated their artwork to raise funds for a good cause. Here, read my interview with Jondo, where I shared my inspirations and idols.
Recommended: Gloria Wong Design
Gloria Wong is one of the most sought after event designers not just because of her inspired creativity, but also for her masterful attention to detail. Her San Francisco boutique wedding design and consulting company is a leading choice for discerning brides. She crafts exceptional weddings with exquisite details, that ties style and personalities with the bride and groom’s particular vision.