I 💚 trees.  (at Descanso Gardens)

I 💚 trees. (at Descanso Gardens)

Lupita Nyong’o backstage at the SAG Awards on January 18, 2014.

Lupita Nyong’o backstage at the SAG Awards on January 18, 2014.

Pretty moon far left.

Pretty moon far left.

"Finally." - The Baroness

"Finally." - The Baroness

Two consecutive frames shot somewhere in between San Francisco and The Sea Ranch, CA.  Photographed February 12, 2014.

Two consecutive frames shot somewhere in between San Francisco and The Sea Ranch, CA.  Photographed February 12, 2014.

So proud of my husband for seeing this blog/project through to 1,000 days.  It’s really an achievement to commit to something and actually follow through.  It’s not easy.  In my humble opinion, this is what art is.  Art is not the 2 or 3 dimensional tangible outcome of one’s passion, but the initial drive to create something out of nothing.  That something could take any form.  Congratulations to my hubs!

theminorthread:

so this is what 1000 days of band shirts looks like.  with the exception of a few non band shirts but art related ones in the begining + a bunch of bonus shirts when i changed or wore a long sleeve they are here.  it has been fun doing it.  
i wanted to show in perspective what a 1000 blog posts look like in reality.  so i imagined up this idea to fill a photo studio wall and this is what it looks like.  took me 4 days and with the gracious help of day19 and his studio XIX Studios in Eagle Rock, CA a lot of help from my wife the photographer here emilyshur a few really great friends Victor, Lacey, and Matt i managed to erect this thing in a few days.  People kept asking me what are you doing, and why?  my answer was always the same.  i dunno, and because i can.  its the only real reason to do something i guess.  i just wanted to see this picture in my mind come to reality.  so i did.  that it.  if you click on the picture it should take you to a full size version you can nerd around on and look in more detail.  have fun with it, spend some time kooking out.  share it with your friends.  then go make something like this yourself.  
oh yeah below is a picture of the 1000 shirt which is technically not included cause i was wearing it.  and if you were ever curious as to what i looked like after all this time, here you go.

thats me above doing my part to make the internet a better place.  
-Isac

So proud of my husband for seeing this blog/project through to 1,000 days.  It’s really an achievement to commit to something and actually follow through.  It’s not easy.  In my humble opinion, this is what art is.  Art is not the 2 or 3 dimensional tangible outcome of one’s passion, but the initial drive to create something out of nothing.  That something could take any form.  Congratulations to my hubs!

theminorthread:

so this is what 1000 days of band shirts looks like.  with the exception of a few non band shirts but art related ones in the begining + a bunch of bonus shirts when i changed or wore a long sleeve they are here.  it has been fun doing it.  

i wanted to show in perspective what a 1000 blog posts look like in reality.  so i imagined up this idea to fill a photo studio wall and this is what it looks like.  took me 4 days and with the gracious help of day19 and his studio XIX Studios in Eagle Rock, CA a lot of help from my wife the photographer here emilyshur a few really great friends Victor, Lacey, and Matt i managed to erect this thing in a few days.  People kept asking me what are you doing, and why?  my answer was always the same.  i dunno, and because i can.  its the only real reason to do something i guess.  i just wanted to see this picture in my mind come to reality.  so i did.  that it.  if you click on the picture it should take you to a full size version you can nerd around on and look in more detail.  have fun with it, spend some time kooking out.  share it with your friends.  then go make something like this yourself.  

oh yeah below is a picture of the 1000 shirt which is technically not included cause i was wearing it.  and if you were ever curious as to what i looked like after all this time, here you go.

thats me above doing my part to make the internet a better place.  

-Isac

at XIX Studios

at XIX Studios

My little sandbag.  (at Quixote Studios West Hollywood)

My little sandbag. (at Quixote Studios West Hollywood)

Sprinklers.  (at Angeleno Heights)

Sprinklers. (at Angeleno Heights)

at Angeleno Heights

at Angeleno Heights

After much planning, a very interesting and pleasurable shoot I did for Los Angeles Magazine is finally out.  The shoot is about individuals in LA who have chosen to live their everyday life in their decade of choice.  Like when you wish you lived in an era that speaks to you more than the one you’re currently occupying - these guys are making that a reality.  It was so cool to go to the amazing homes and work spaces and lives of this group of lovely people.  I stepped into already perfectly art directed sets that were clearly crafted with lots of love and respect for these specific decades.  Pretty dreamy.  Thank you to Los Angeles Magazine, Amy Feitelberg, Chris Nichols, and all of the subjects!  I love shoots like this.

🇮🇹 Livin the dream 🇮🇹  (at Lumpy’s House)

🇮🇹 Livin the dream 🇮🇹 (at Lumpy’s House)

I don’t usually re-gram, but this is too sweet not to share. Thank you @mindykaling!!  I totally admire you and hope to take a million more beautiful pictures of you! 😍

I don’t usually re-gram, but this is too sweet not to share. Thank you @mindykaling!! I totally admire you and hope to take a million more beautiful pictures of you! 😍

Sometimes I shoot sexy girls, and I like it.  Here are a few from my FHM Magazine cover story with the lovely and just as gorgeous as ever Carmen Electra.  This was shot at one of my all time favorite Los Angeles locations, the Sheats Goldstein Residence (a.k.a. Jackie Treehorn’s house).  Thank you fhm!

Very beige.  (at Milk Studios)

Very beige. (at Milk Studios)