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Archive : June 2011

June 30, 2011

Just got home from Vegas & had a wonderful time. The SHRM 2011 annual conference was amazing. Staying at the Aria hotel was amazing. Enjoying new & old friends was amazing…. I could go on & on. On a not so cool note, I never made it down to the Las Vegas sign like

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June 24, 2011

One movie that I absolutely hated was “Hancock” starring Will Smith. Actually, there are not many movies featuring Will Smith that I can say that I loved outside of “Men in Black (1 & 2)," “Enemy of the State,” “Independence Day” & “Bad Boys II.” Anyway

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June 23, 2011

Nothing in life is easy but for the next 1.5 weeks, I will be trying to live as easy as possible.  With the spring semester over, I can BREATHE!!!! I pulled a 3.8 GPA and I’m happy about that but a little disappointed that I only managed to get a B out of the kayaking class

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June 22, 2011

For the longest, my friend Loti has been telling me about her beloved medium format camera that she refers to as Big Mamma; a vintage Mamiya RZ67 with a 110mm f/2.8 lens.. She brags on how sexy & sweet Big Mamma is all the damn time. This past Friday, I got to experience B

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June 20, 2011 Shooting Amber Cabral

Last weekend, I had the opportunity to photograph social commentator, blogge & friend, Amber Cabral downtown Detroit. Amber and I met many years ago here. At that time she lived in Detroit but it was like a year or two before we actually met in real life although we lived

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June 9, 2011

I asked for his glasses & he said no. I asked for his awesome skunk hat & he said no. Finally, I asked if I could take his photo & he said yes. Months before I went to NYC in Feb, I was having drinks midtown with friends; Mary, Luigi & Lisa. During the chat, I r

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June 5, 2011

Yesterday, I had a pretty crazy day, which included a long ass meeting, Bravo Bravo & a conversation that flipped me out. The conversation was on Jill Scott being in town for an event with a local radio station.  My heart stopped, I couldn’t ‘breeve’ right and all of

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