Past photographer @summerkais model @selmaalameri hair @gwendolynsneed stylist @samiastyling makeup by me @marisolmakeupRead more
New model @miamaguire for @notiesmgmt photographer @krisnoff hair @tinavalencia makeup @marisolmakeupRead more
Attending pajama party for a change – congrats to Jj – an absolute Champion of the Gracie RegionalsRead more
Notes on Burma: first settlements were recorded 13,000 years ago….. By mid-13 century most of the mainland was under Pagan (bagan) control …… torn by wars, foreign occupation, annexed by multiple empires, Burma remains one of the most amaIng and culturally rich countries in SE Asia – most definitely one of the very favorite of mineRead more
Notes on Thailand: Henry at Rawai Muay Thai, most definitely one of my very favorite shots and one of many places I have a privilege to call homeRead more
Today’s work model @natashaoverin photographer @krisnoff hair @gerine makeup me @marisolmakeup @photovixens using Mac face and body eyes occ cream colors lips myth lipstickRead more
Phuket Vegetarian Festival alson known as Nine Emperor Gods Festival (kin jay or jia chai in Hokkien Chinese). The ceremonial takes place during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar.During the 10-day event, participants stick to a strict vegetarian diet which is believed to spiritually cleanse their souls. Devotees not only give up meat for the holiday, a select few participants actually practice self mutilation in the form of piercing their cheeks with swords, walking on hot coals, and climbing ladders made of knife blades! Phuket’s annual Vegetarian Festival dates back to 1825 when a touring opera company were struck down with illnesses and only cured of their maladies by a vegetarian dietRead more
Notes on Burma- Bagan became a central powerbase in the mid 9th century under King Anawratha. It is estimated that as many as 13,000 temples and stupas once stood on 42 sq km plain. Marco Polo once described Bagan as a “gilded city alive with tinkling bells and the swishing sounds of monks’ robes”. Approximately 2,200 remain today, in various states of disrepair. Some are large and well maintained, such as the Ananda Pahto, others are small tumbledown relics in the middle of overgrown grassRead more
Lets not be too serious about life and just have fun with itRead more
From Namche to Tengboche.
Amazingly scenic trek at over 3.8 meter elevation. Tengboche is a small village in Khumbu, largest and one of the most important buddhist monastery (gompa).
Monastery is surrounded by incredible vistas of Everest, Lhotse and my favorite- majestic Ama Dablam