Life in Cartagena had been in a perpetual forward motion long before I ever took my first plane flight. When I was inserted into Cartagena on March 4, 2017, the city did not stop to welcome me. It honked, blazed, sizzled, and hawked. The city had its own pulse, and through its veins we began […]Read more "Feeling Alive, Staying Alive"
The bags have been unpacked and the memories are spilling out in the form of stories and day dreams. We’ve gotten a ton of questions about the highs and the lows, the best of the best and the worst of the best. As we reflect on our four months in Asia, we came up with a list highlighting […]Read more "Superlatives"
10 days in South Korea! Click to expand…Read more "Through The Lens: South Korea"
2 weeks in The Land of the Rising Sun. Click to expand…Read more "Through The Lens: Japan"
We found ourselves on a very rainy Tuesday, drunk in the depths of fluorescent lit and vice fueled Shinjuku district of Tokyo. We were coming off the high of a spectacular show at Robot Restaurant, recommended by none other than Sir Tony himself. The 200 microbars of Golden Gai were as enigmatic as they were […]Read more "Ghetto Suntory"
Welcome to the Shinsaibashi-Namba district of Osaka. Some could call it the Williamsburg of Japan. On these streets, the line between progressive style and fashion suicide has been erased. It’s home to the best people watching in all of Asia. Some are Swaggy and some are giving meaning to the term “Trashionista”. We took some snapshots of the style (and non-style) that […]Read more "Swaggy P. Watanabe"
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Shooting in black and white is a rarity, especially with digital cameras. It is usually something we think of in postproduction. But black and white photographs require a certain composition that we wanted to experiment with. We challenged ourselves to shoot only black and white photos in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), the capital of Vietnam. […]Read more "HCMC B/W"
Today we wrap on three months traveling through South East Asia with 29 more days and three countries to go. It’s time to recalibrate. When the luster of arriving in a new city wears away, it causes major distress within me. What happens when the novelty of novelty fades? This is a question that continues […]Read more "Day 88"