The other day I did something really stupid. I accidentally deleted a ton of photos on my camera before uploading them to my laptop.
In this video I give some of my thoughts about life, travel, minimalism, blogging, and hopefully some tips that can empower you!
You can also read more about my future plans in-depth.
In Silicon Valley, one of the main obsessions a lot of entrepreneurs are having is to eliminate “friction” in user-experiences; whether that be apps, websites, or businesses.
If you want to learn from the top thinkers and influencers in the field of street photography, don’t miss out on The London Street Photography Symposium (August 20-21, 2016). Tickets are now available to purchase >>.
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I feel in today’s world in order to be successful, you need to be a “generalist” — someone who isn’t uber-specialized in one thing, but you can do many things very well.
I just read a book on Japanese Aesthetics titled: “In Praise of Shadows.” It was a beautiful book that helped me reflect on the beauty of darkness and shadows (Japanese aesthetics) while we in the west love white, the brightness, and light.
I wanted to write you this letter on gratitude— and thanking you for everything, and some life updates (moving out of Berkeley, moving to Vietnam for 2 years, and some other random ideas in my mind):
I wanted to write you a letter (to hopefully empower you). My suggestion: realize that everything in your life is up to you; nobody else.
Is your photography your lifestyle? Or is your lifestyle photography?
If you don’t desire or “want” anything superfluous in life, you are truly wealthy. When you have all your needs (food, water, shelter, love); what else do you need in life?