September // Earth, Wind & Fire
Do you remember the
21st night of September?
Love was changing the minds of pretenders
While chasing the clouds away
Our hearts were ringing
In the key that our souls were singing.
As we danced in the night,
Remember how the stars stole the night away
Ba de ya - say do you remember
Ba de ya - dancing in September
Ba de ya - never was a cloudy day
Park hopping around San Francisco, from Yerba Buena to Golden Gate Park
A typical day in the Haight.
Some photos and a drawing from our trip to Ashland, Oregon.
On Tuesday we went to the farmers market and I got some snacks, a Thai iced tea, and a bottle of locally made honey soda. And then we sat in Lithia Park and I drew a little.
Anonymous asked: I'm such a huge fan of your art, well done! I don't have a tumblr so that is why I am anonymous, but I check your blog frequently. Where do you get your inspiration?
Wow thank you so much anonymous! Every fan is appreciated. I think I get most of my photography and illustration inspiration from the work on Rookie Mag, an online magazine publication, various travel magazines, and lotsa vintage postcards, which I love collecting. I’m also always tracking the tags #film photography, #sketchbook, and #gif art on tumblr.
Also haha if this is an IRL friend don’t be afraid to talk to me un-anonymously
Suicide Demo for Kara Walker - Destroyer
Now where do I go to reblog the entire album
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli
Can we talk about Jersey Boys and how John Lloyd Young absolutely killlllled it
I think I like his version as much as, if not more than, the original. I can’t seem to find it on Tumblr though. Someone be a homie and post it soon, plz.
snapshots from a school trip down to SLO
disposable camera, spring 2014
updated this old thing with 2 more photos
junior year lolz
scenes from San Francisco
Minolta XG-M, Lomography CN 400, summer 2013
Back in SF this week! Having a wonderful time in my fav city
Back in SF, back at games.
Don’t worry, boys, it’s just a small bump in the road.
Still a great way to end July before I have to get serious about school, which starts in less than three weeks.
snapshots from last year at the California State Fair
I finally had the chance to visit the fair again last Tuesday. My friends and I were kind of short on time, but we still managed to get the full state fair experience: long lines for sketch rides and funnel cake to the point of almost-regret.
picnicking in a ghost town