First time shooting fashion and I'm not gonna lie, I'm really starting to like it... then again I can't complain with this crew.
For some reason, I absolutely fell in love with Morocco. With its' rocky, desert beaches and djellaba filled markets, I could have sworn we were in Baja California for the weekend and about to go hit up Papa's & Beer. The land felt exactly the same, except for the fact that we had to drive 45 minutes south to Agadir just to get a lick of alcohol. Other than that, it was amazing and the people were even better. A lot of them live with a quarter of the standards in which we live in, yet they seem to be 10x happier than the average city dweller here in America. It was remarkable to experience this land. In the end it made us take a step back and realize how much we need to value some of the simply joys in life. "Stay happy, keep smiling"
We found an abandoned mansion in the heart of Beverly Hills. Not only could we see all of Los Angeles but it just so happened to have an empty swimming pool out back. We decided to have a pool day of our own.
About a year ago I was able to do a weekend trip to Amsterdam from Barcelona. It was my first time in the Netherlands and I honestly thought Amsterdam was gonna be just another Vegas. A dirty, wild, party city with grimmy hookers and gnarly drugs everywhere. I'm not saying you don't see any of that, but I was truly amazed at how beautiful and elegant the city was. The architecture and canals are absolutely jaw dropping in person. Can't wait to get back there.
A day of hoping fences and running around Los Angeles with the homie, Travis Truitt.
Incubus played at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles, and over 27,000 people came out to party with us. I was lucky enough to be hired by REN Management to document this wild-night. Props go out to the whole Incubus crew, one of the last true alternative rock band left out there. Grateful to be able to meet these crazy humans.