May 14, 2012

My Favorite Time of Day

By Adam Prieto, Photographer/Videographer   As the season shifts and the spring weather is in the air, I usually have to wait for my favorite time of the day. Once 7 p.m. hits you can usually find me out and about in my own little world. The sun has about another […]
May 14, 2012

Truth-Room Sessions & Frenemies

By Christina Rafael, Photographer/Videographer In elementary school she ditched you at recess. In junior high she stole your boyfriend. And in high school she blamed you when the teacher caught her cheating. As an adult, well, she’s the friend that you’ve been in a silent fight with for the last […]
May 13, 2012

Music in Visual Media: More than Meets the Ear

By Kayla Noriega, Social Media Assistant and Editorial AssistantThere are few things in my life that come close to matching the love I have for music. Film is one of those things that come close, and I think the two go hand in hand.  The thing that I love most about […]
May 13, 2012

Summer Improvement

By Greg Bloom, Online Communications DirectorOne of the great benefits of the modern age is the ability to access wisdom and knowledge that others have gathered and apply that knowledge to our own lives. Countless brilliant authors, poets and sages have contributed to an endless plethora of useful knowledge that, […]
May 13, 2012

I Am Not Jane Fonda

By Sara Koniniec, Lead Photographer     I do not look beautiful while I work out. I don’t really even have time to work out. Does that stop me from going? Nope! I still haul my rear end to the gym as much as I possibly can. It’s tough trying to […]
May 10, 2012

Not Stopping Anytime Soon

By Cheyenne King, Account ExecutiveAs I was casually driving to a banquet in high school, freshly 16 and in my nice new car, I accidentally forgot to stop completely at a stop sign. I know, I know – rookie move, but being a new driver is just too exciting and […]