Hey, We Need to Catch Up

‘Hey, We Need to Catch Up’ – a phrase I’ve been saying more and more to friends families and old colleagues. Admittedly, since moving to Los Angeles, I’ve been posting less on social media, communicating with old friends far less, posting on this blog far less than usual, and just been dormant, socially, far more often. So let’s do some massive catching up, and talk about some of the things I’ve been doing since I’ve moved here to Los Angeles.

Podcasts I've Contributed to

Over the last 6 months, I’ve had the opportunity to be on multiple podcasts put together by old friends of mine throughout the United States. However, after being on these podcasts, I’ve done a pretty terrible job promoting them to my readers and fans. So better late than never right? Here are some of the podcasts I’ve recently been on.

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Angry Millennial Podcast Episode 4

At PPE this past October, I was asked to be alongside friend Douglas Sonders for one of the very first episodes of the Angry Millennial Podcast, put on by my good friend Jose Rosado. I was excited to be on his new podcast, as I’ve known Jose for years, but never officially met him. In this podcast, I talk about my move to Los Angeles, and the struggles that came along with it, particularly my dresser.

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Interview with Nino Batista

A few weeks following my interview with Jose, I was able to speak with my friend Nino Batista for his series of interviews he was conducting for YouTube. Nino has also been a friend of mine for a number of years, so it was really great to sit down and chat with him while I was back in Los Angeles. In this podcast, we talk about my upcoming projects in LA, and what I’ve been working on.

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Angry Millennial Podcast Episode 42

While at WPPI last week, I was able to meet up with Jose once again, and have my own interview for his podcast, which has since been busy producing content of amazing creatives in the industry. For this one, I talk about my upcoming trip to the Philippines and some of the things I’ve learned prepping for that.

My Venture Into Drone Aerial Video

If you follow me on social media, you may know that I recently was able to get my hands on a drone, to help with video work for upcoming projects. Through a contest held by PicrI won a DJI Inspire 1 drone system, among the very best drone systems available. Through the use of this drone, I’ve been able to create some really amazing aerial footage and photos throughout Los Angeles, and it has become one of my absolute favorite things ever. I’ve also been working with productions, to help capture B-roll footage all over Los Angeles, and am excited to have my reel done to show you all soon.

My Upcoming Trip to The Philippines

Perhaps one of the most exciting things I’ve done for my career is coming in the month of April, and it just occurred to me that I’ve mentioned very little about it on social media. That said, I’ll be traveling to the Philippines for three weeks in April, and while there, working with a couple charities to help raise awareness of world hunger and child poverty. Through the help of Canon, I’ll be taking photos of orphans and children in the Philippines, and printing the photos on site, and delivering the images to them. For many of them, they’ve never had their photo taken before, so this small act of kindness will hopefully make their year. I’ll also be posting the images to social media, and encouraging donations to a charitable organization called LifeChild.

I’ll also be bringing video gear with me, to help photograph and take videos from the trip. The goal is to not only raise awareness with the photos I’m able to capture while out there, but also create a nice and short documentary to help spread the word of how others can help those who are so desperately in need for help. Among that gear is my drone, which I mentioned above. With the help of the Inspire 1, I hope to be able to create some incredible footage to later be used in a massive project. To follow all of my day to day while out in the Philippines, be sure to follow me on Instagram by clicking here, or following it using the link on the right.

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