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Recent photos: Jaren Cerf (Los Angeles) Twice (San Diego)

Jaren; Vocalist with Matt Cerf and Mitska.
Photos for featured vocalist: Trancehub.com




Photos: Twice (A musical duo from San Diego)
I will be representing and taking photos this Saturday, Feb 2. at On Broadway, SD.
We did some promo shots last night.

Up on the flickr.
click zee pictures for the rest of the photostream





Waffle dreams; and other captioned cartoons. Tuesday funny.

Since watching lots of Satire lately I have come across a funny ass site. I gotta get some of these t-shirts too.

Sometimes the brilliance of satire is overwhelming, and underappreciated.


2008 Artistic/Business Portfolio.

I took some of my most favorite images from 2007, people/portraits/dj's and compiled them in a carbonmade portfolio for you to enjoy.

Consider this a only a "snapshot" of the tons of photos and many more that get missed, every week.

This represents everything I aim for in my work, creativity, spontaniosity(hah!),and reflection.
The lens has the capability to see more than the human eye.

Thanks for the support,


Kirsten Dunst; once again you bring joy into my life.

Wow, check these images from a photoshoot.

guest on a radio show.. mixing it up.


I invite you to tune-in Afterhours djs on Saturday, January 19th from 12 to 4 PM PST (3 to 7 PM EST | 2000 to 0000 GMT) for a weekly show. This show features 4 hours of electronic dance music. Join us in IRC: irc.afterhoursdjs.org 6667 #afterhoursdjs or use the AfterhoursDJs http://www.afterhoursdjs.org/chat]Java Client to chat.

12:00 - 1:20 PM PST Chris Soltis (Euphora Events / CSoltis.com)
1:20 - 2:40 PM PST The Blacklight Special (Incognito)
2:40 - 4:00 PM PST LRCN (DI.FM / AfterhoursDJs.org / Generation Trance / Cyclotron Records)

Catching up on my Wes Anderson

So, I caught up/rewatched all my Wes Anderson over the weekend.

While are probably familar with at least one film by Wes. If not, he writes and directs comedies with cleverness and melecholy.

Bottle Rocket - "one thing, you gotta get me one one those jumpsuits"
Rushmore - "I WROTE A HIT PLAY!"
The Royal Tenenbaums - "Somebody get rid of these damn mice"
"that's a trick question. you don't have a middle name."
"That was my mothers name"
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zizzou - "I'm going to find it, and kill it" "what are you going to use?" "Dynamite!"

I havn't seen The Darjeeling Limited yet, but I would like to hear your thoughts. He was going for more heart in this one, and I like Brody as an actor.

I think I enjoyed Rushmore and TRT the most. Life Aquatic seemed to drag, but I like the way it ended.

I found a fantastic article from Onion AV:
16 Films Without Which Wes Anderson Couldn't Have Happened


The thing I am enjoying about the films are that they progress so slowly they you almost might get bored or lost right in a specific moment.
Then, once the story plays out into a musical scene or planes out, such as when Royal took Chas' kids out for some mischief in the city, it makes those scenes that much more exciting..

Or in bottle rocket when they steal the car, then it breaks down...

Even shocking scenes that only play onscreen for a second, for instance.. when they breifly tell how Margot loses part of her finger, no emotion....


I didn't not hate, but I did not understand Tenenbaums when it first came out.. I was only about 19 or so. So now, I am beefing up my Netflix with some of those 16 titles.. has anyone seen any of those? I gotta admit, I was never much of a movieholic, I havn't really heard of any of those.

First funny of the new year

OMW to work I saw a little squirrel carrying a lemon bigger than his head up a huge tree.

I laughed.

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