FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Hector Oropeza
Exciting times, I think that’s the best way to describe this. Things in my life have been a little intense, but in an interesting -kind of daring- way. Everything has been falling in place, everything I’ve worked for and really wanted is materializing in terms of my professional life, and I couldn’t be happier about that. Personal life, well, is a little hectic but in a good way. I’m in a new city, meeting new people, doing things differently… everything is new and flashy, and in a way, I feel like I’m getting to know myself a little better.
What I want? Where do I go from here?
FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Joe Lozano
If you read my last post, you know that for me 2016 was not far from transformational, a rather mandatory/not optional/intense transformation. My personal journey combined with a very demanding Full-Time MBA program basically changed me forever. And, that’s neither good or bad, it’s just what it is, and at this point I just have to embrace it.
The first time I read the phrase “You Know Me and You Don’t” in an ad for the new Chanel No. 5, I didn’t think a lot of it, just that Lagerfeld is a genius and that their advertising agency should be congratulated for a rather enchanting copy. But now, that phrase just took a whole new meaning.