TATTOO #5 /NEW BLOG/ LINK IN BIO
I got this back in December. It’s based on a beautiful moment I had with the Lord that I’ll never forget. It’s a beautiful reminder that He has something for all of us. He has set us free. We don’t have to worry about anything anymore. He’s got it. We can be free because He has freed us.
I’m not sure Shea would describe this experience so far as “fun”. He slept 2 out of 17 hours on the plane, all the modes of public transport upset his tummy 🛳🚌🚕🚃, and he’s getting ANOTHER molar... so he’s been too uncomfortable to eat or sleep. He’s more angry than sad, but his brave little half-smile in this picture breaks my heart a bit 💔 #thisisfun#ipromise
Acá invocamos un panadero de la suerte para que me ilumine en esta semana de finales y para que el sr Lunghi se apiade de todos vosotros y ponga un aire acondicionado en la plaza o una pelopincho en la glorieta así no morimos de hipercalor
Maybe one day we’ll finally learn to love ourself and stop apologizing for the the things that make us who we are —rmdrake
One of the most frequent questions I get asked is, “What gear do I use?” There’s no short answer. I use multiple tools to create my films, but one of my most powerful tools are my headphones. Trying to edit in a loud city like New York gets tough, but with headphones I can isolate myself from all the congestion & focus on my sounds when editing. I cannot stress enough the importance of sound design when working on videos. Sound grabs your mind and draws you into the scene. I’ve been using a set from @1moreusa and I will never look back. they’re amazing, they block out unwanted noise & let’s me focus on my work whether on the train, Uber, coffee shop, or flight.
The best sound is rain on the roof. Bacon sizzling comes in close second.
Vatican City, a city-state surrounded by Rome, Italy, is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. It's home to the Pope and a trove of iconic art and architecture. Its Vatican Museums house ancient Roman sculptures such as the famed “Laocoön and His Sons”.
When I first shot this photo there was this wack job hanging around uptown that was so stoked for me he claimed he had been trying to shoot the same exact photo for 5 years or something like that. I got a mad kick outta it.