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The Weekend Destination: Big Sur and the Esalen...
I’m getting ready for an adventure this weekend. I’m going to a famous new age retreat space called Esalen. If you’ve never heard of the Human Potential Movement, check this out. My brain might explode due to the natural beauty of this place. Hot springs spill over cliffs overlooking waves crashing and seals playing. Will post photos when I’m back!
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jakestangel: Hey there girl. Welcome back to the program. The program of making it. If you’re just joining us, I’m writing a large 4 piece post on what I think are the four most important things you can do to become a professional photographer. They are (follow the links back as the parts appear): Assist
The Holidays on Puget Sound
I spent the holidays with my family up north this year, in a small town south of Tacoma, Washington called Steilacoom. I’ve spent a lot of time in this town over the years since my family has moved there. I love Steilacoom because it is one of the few small towns left protected from growth and development by strict zoning laws. It’s the first incorporated town in Washington State....
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Angie Smith in the Yucatan, Mexico from December...
I will be traveling in Mexico from December 16th- January 4th covering Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and places further south close to the border of Belize. If you have any assignments in the area, please Iet me know! Email Jesi at Redux Pictures:firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuscany, July 2010
While I was in the Galapagos for National Geographic, I got a call from NG asking if I was available to go to Tuscany. I switched around some plans and booked my ticket immediately. I had always wanted to go to Italy, and never expected the opportunity to come so quickly and seamlessly. Monterosso. Cinque Terre, Italy. Cinque Terre, Italy. Florence, Italy One aspect of Florentine culture...
Trip to Ecuador, Summer 2010
This summer I worked for National Geographic Student Expeditions and traveled to Ecuador for one month, then Italy shortly after. This essentially means that I worked for National Geographic first and foremost as a photography teacher, but also as a chaperone, tour guide, and camp counselor. With a group of 22 American students and 3 leaders, we traveled throughout Ecuador stopping off in Quito,...
The Best View of Los Angeles
This is one of my favorite overlooks to walk to from my house in Laurel Canyon. It’s a bit of a neighborhood secret. I like to walk up there on cloudy days because it always makes for dramatic cloud formations and sunsets.