Month: September 2016

Analog Summer

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Life / Travel

Is it time to accept that I’m never going to get it together and pick some iPhone photos to print? (Make no mistake: ordering the prints is the easy part, selecting the “best shots” to print, out of the thousands I’ve barely winnowed down over these last months, years, is the impossible task.) This is where my Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Camera comes in handy. The adorable pastel device had been on my wish list […]

Los Angeles, finally

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I‘ve been dreaming of L.A. for over a year—ever since I started my job and got converted into a midcentury modern architecture enthusiast, ever since I began noticing I follow way too many L.A. fashion people on Instagram and their outfits/backdrops were lit AF, ever since the Times took note of NY creatives’ exodus out west, ever since I became obsessed with an old 30 Seconds to Mars song with the most goosebump-inducing video (to […]

Back to (Old) School

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Social media is a constantly evolving and pretty fun beast that I’m more than happy to wrestle with most of the time. On other days, I’m so tired. I leave digital crumbs all over the place, but there hasn’t been one place where I can keep a consistent record of everything that’s amused me. Each network has its own drawback. Facebook: my “friends” now encompass too many different groups of people that to share stuff freely […]