Trip to Ohio & Kentucky

Every summer, I try to go somewhere far to leave Vegas and refresh myself from the scorching heat. This year, with my wife, we went to Ohio and Kentucky. We were here for about 5 days, and it definitely was different east coast experience compared to New York. Unlike New York City, Cincinnati was calm,…

Trip to San Francisco

It seems like my yearly winter trip is going to San Francisco. Thanks to Ryan, I was able to visit San Francisco without killing my wallet as much. Unlike last year, I was more focused on using my 35mm film, so stay tuned until my films get processed, scanned, and edited. I’m expecting it to…

Trip to Zion National Park

Many of you asked me where the hell is Zion blog, and here it is! Sorry for the late, and better late than never! I first visited Zion National Park with couple of my friends during the summer during my graduation year, 2015. I also photographed Mexican Spotted Owl which I hope many of you…

New York Trip, Part 3

This year in New York, unlike last year, I focused on making one of the best photo that can represent me as a photographer.  “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment. ” – Ansel Adams Landscape photography often disappoints many photographers because it’s usually done by someone…

Trip to Laughlin

I visited Laughlin, the little Vegas. Gary was nice enough to bring me along to take some pictures at Laughlin. Laughlin was much hotter than Vegas, and maybe that’s why this place is known for water recreation. Instead of trying to make a distinguishable image, I tried to make powerful image from an ordinary place where…

Hiking Mt Charleston

“I tend to think of the act of photographing, generally speaking, as an adventure. My favorite thing is to go where I’ve never been.” – Diane Arbus I love traveling because it allows me to inspire myself to go to more places where I’ve never been. Yesterday, my friends and I hiked Mount Charleston reaching…

Calico Springs Climbing

A road trip is always the best thing to do when gathered with many friends. Today, we decided to hike one of the most popular mountain in Vegas, the Red Rock. I was planning an easy but long and calm steady trail that anyone can hike and climb. Well, Krystal decided to climb pretty steep…