Thursday, 30 April 2009


Above are pictures my favourite photographer took while on our trip to Princeton.  This trip was indeed one of those magical adventures that you never want to end. besosyfotos



Jumble sale for bags and blankets.
Drive to New Hope Pennsylvania.

Evening skies.
Midnight leftovers.
Country morning rays.

Grapefruit juice.

Feels like home.

Bathroom in West Village.
303 East 37th Street.

Breakfast on 2nd Avenue.
East 39th Street and 1st Avenue.
Shower curtain.
Chrissie's bedroom.

Louise and Xabi @ Heathers.
2am snacks @ Gemini Diner.
Coney Island.

Central Park.

Staten Island.

Orchard Street.

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Streetwear today - nice words

As Gary Ryan Blair tellingly points out in his Ezine article “Pay attention to Details”: “The magic behind every outstanding performance is always found in the smallest of details. Although we measure our lives in years, we live them in days, hours, minutes and seconds. Every action – every detail of our lives – has bottom-line repercussions, and it’s dangerous and derogatory to think of any of those details as trivial, unimportant or inconsequential. In fact, our whole en- vironment is simply an accumulation of tiny details and if you long to accomplish great and noble tasks, you first must learn to approach every task as though it were great and noble. Crime scene investigators know that even the biggest project depends on the success of the smallest components and equally, computer programmers spend their careers tightly focused on details, as one incorrect digit in a code of millions can create an operational nightmare for the end user.”

So keep on digging and be attentive to the minutiae...

Monday, 6 April 2009


Here are the first images of my adventures. After a crazy week in Austin we headed to Galveston, which is by the coast and it was actually amazing.  I was recommend it to anyone heading that way.  It went from sun to showers in a matter of seconds and the area is full of stories.  We meet Alan at the bus stop who lost his home in the hurricane and he told us about his days in london, the photos he lost and the struggle his family are under.   It was strange to see another culture that is so different to everything i know.  Viewing the sea from the comfort of the bed was something I will always remember.