20 something year old carnegie mellon graduate, wide-eyed and ready to get cunt punted by the real world. This is my visual diary with occasional rants when I feel like sharing my thoughts and other things that inspire me.
I dig photography, advertising/pr, silly tv shows, Charlie Day, longboarding, edm, and border collies.
Looking back these past four years I can’t stop thinking about how many opportunities I missed and it’s been bringing me down now that I’m in a completely different environment where I’m yearning to go back to school. Even though school is over, it doesn’t mean that learning and pushing myself is over. If anything, not being in an academic environment should push me even more to learn so with that I’ve started planning out the steps I need to take to where I want to be and I’m just going to stick with it no matter what other people say or what other people are doing. I know the person I am and I know I want to dabble in all sorts of things that interest me and my friends but in the end what really matters is what I do. I shouldn’t be completely oblivious to the achievements and ambitions of others, but I’m not going to let that dictate my life. I’m not going to cry about how so-and-so is off doing great things because that 1) person probably honestly deserves it 2) you don’t share the same passions and you can’t compare apples to oranges.
So with that I’m feeling some kind of serious introspection is in order. Go off and pull a Siddhartha Gautama or something.
P.S. Emails and texts are always appreciated, I’m not trying to cut myself from the ENTIRE world. And I’ve decided to open up my Twitter so people don’t think I’m a completely clammed up weirdo.
The Neighbourhood - Flawless
Behind-the-Scenes Photos of the tv-show Mad Men photographed by James Minchin.
“Taking them lifestyle pictures” -TZ
I’ve been really bad editing and uploading my pictures this past semester with my undergraduate career coming to an end but here’s a bunch of photos I took while I was at the FSAE 2013 Michigan competition. I was pretty bummed that 67 didn’t get to go through the majority of the dynamic events because it seemed like the car had so much potential but hey man, competition was still a great learning experience for the team.