Talk about an insanely busy day… Started out with a job interview, then right as I was finished with that, I get a last-minute call from the Boston Herald to work yesterday. Scramble home to change out of my suit, head into the office, and then get hit back-to-back-to-back-to-back with four assignments!
It’s real good to stay busy, so here’s hoping for some momentum this month!
Day started off with quickie portrait of this nice couple who moved into their new digs in Fenway on Saturday and were still unpacking. I guess they got a sweet deal.
FYI, I think everyone should have orange walls.
10.6.2009 — BOSTON — Cornell and Cristina Hofman moved into their apartment in the Fenway Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009, after moving from Chicago. They were able to find their apartment for a relatively inexpensive price, which is a bonus for Cristina, who is starting an orthopedic residency at Mass General Hospital.
Followed that up immediately after by heading down the street to the Boston Academy of the Arts, where the STOMP performance group was holding a master class, teaching the students about their beats and proper etiquette for auditions (the students failed miserably at that one!).
10.6.2009 — BOSTON — Stomp performer Elec Brown, center in black, cheers on his students, Felix Negron, left, and Juan Ortiz, right, during a dance master class the performance troupe was hosting at the Boston Academy of the Arts high school on October 6, 2009. The dance troupe spent an hour teaching the students how to use their whole body as a percussion instrument, showing them their trademark beats and rhythm steps.
10.6.2009 — BOSTON — Stomp performer Donisha Brown, in blue, teaches her group of students some step and clapping moves during a dance master class the performance troupe was hosting at the Boston Academy of the Arts high school on October 6, 2009. The dance troupe spent an hour teaching the students how to use their whole body as a percussion instrument, showing them their trademark beats and rhythm steps.
Basically a tie-in app for his book on iPhone photography, The Best Camera is the One That’s With You, it really speaks to theme of the book in that a camera is only good as it is convenient and in your hands. Came in real handy for me, as I always had it with me to celebrate the end of my buddy PJ’s bachelor hood.
Here are some of the rated-G selects for those of you haven’t seen my facebook newsfeed from the weekend…
The Man of the Hour, Mr. PJ Cheng.
Jersey gets a bad rap sometimes. This is the view from Battery Park, across the street from our hotel.
And the morning light from the inside of our hotel. The Battery Park Embassy Suites gets two thumbs up!