I’ve just relocated to LA for my job. I’m hoping this will be a great opportunity for me. I used to dream of writing while looking out a large picture window at some nameless city. Now here I am. LA is something else. It’s a beast of a completely different nature, something I’ve never encountered before. It doesn’t feel like a breathing entity, like New York City does, thousands of people pushing through at any given moment. LA feels like something that was torn apart, the best pieces tossed up and scattered, waiting for people to find. This is the start of a new journey for me.
In other news, I was fortunate enough to still be in Hawaii for DowneTowne’s event earlier this month, Golf Out-ing, at Bar 35. I’ve been fairly lowkey for these past few months, but I always try to make it out to the DowneTowne parties. I’m usually behind the lens at these events, so I enjoy the night differently than other people. Most of my time is spent quietly observing, waiting for the perfect moment to shoot. When I sift through my photos at the end of the night, I’m always happy when they reflect the mood of the evening.