I’ve learned inspiration is a funny thing and can come from anywhere at anytime. Most of the time for me it comes from watching a beautiful film, listening to new and creative music, having a great conversation, or even from the muse that visits me in the shower. All in all I’ve been learning that you can’t plan it, but you can create environments that welcome it. Either by going out for a walk in the fresh air, trying out a new instrument or pedal, or creating an environment that inspires. The most important thing I’ve learned is to capture the moment when it comes no matter where you are. So, carry a journal or camera with you at all times awaiting the next moment of inspiration. What inspires you?
If you have yet to begin your journey into finding that perfect cup of espresso. The people over at Department of the 4th Dimension went to Venice Califonia to make a little film about the Espresso making process. I’m always looking for new places in dallas to sit and enjoy a fine cup of espresso. Recently I stumbled upon the Murray street coffee house in Deep Ellum. What’s your favorite place?
I have the privilege of traveling with one of the best photo journalist in the world. Chuck Bigger has been shooting for over 30 years and has been to over 50 countries photographing Children, wars, and crisis’s. But that’s not all he’s done.[..]