The Grand Canyon was one of the most beautiful sites I’ve ever seen. I stood at the edge of the cliff saying out loud many times, “I can’t believe this is real.” I’m from the generation that everything we see is pretty much fake, its hard to realize what is real at times. But when standingContinue reading “Grand Canyon”
Last year I heard of Dietrich Bonhoeffer for the first time. I never thought in a million years this Pastor German theologian from the 1930’s who died as a Martyr who piloted against Hitler in WW2 would impact me as it has. But with a bio like that, how could his life not have anContinue reading “Book: The Cost of Discipleship”
I gave my self a week to film, edit and post a completed movie scene. Tomorrow I’ll write about the making of, what I learned, and what this scene means. One thing I will share with you: I have chosen my audience and who I want to delight. I enjoy movies that are honest andContinue reading “Movie Scene: I am a Kid”
You will forget me in 6-8 business days. You will no longer remember the sound of my voice. The color of my eyes will become a faint memory and I will soon fade away from your everyday thoughts. Memories of me will randomly appear but the images of me will be a blur. One thingContinue reading “You will Forget Me”
There is something beautiful about life… love… pain… blue skies… leaves falling… a heart beat… rain… laughing… good news… rejection… an old friend… missing someone… seeing a friend you’ve lost… eye contact… dreaming… realizing it’s going to be ok. There is just something beautiful about it all.
Road Trip to Salvation Mountain (35mmFilm), originally uploaded by Monica Briano. I first saw Salvation Mountain on “Into the Wild”. I couldn’t seem to get that scene out of my head. This old man had painted a mountain declaring the love of Jesus. I was excited to find out that Leonard was a real personContinue reading “Road Trip to Salvation Mountain (35mm Film)”
I love my film camera, or should I say LOVED. Today I found out this amazing camera of mine, officially doesn’t work. Surprisingly, I wasn’t sad when I heard the news. Instead I know that a new season of photography is about to begin for me. A year ago I took the risk on thisContinue reading “I love my film camera.”