Simone Remington

When Simone and I first started planning our shoot, the beginning of our conversation started as - “Wait…your area code is 925!? I was born there!” and that’s when two people born and raised in the Bay connect, haha.

But going back toward the shoot, all we had was a day set and a general area we were meeting up at, but nothing really set in stone. Timing got kinda messed up, locations started changing and then the shoot almost didn’t happen. Luckily I persisted, and we figured out a place last minute.

As I was driving to this location, I took the wrong turn and went a route that I usually don’t go and ended up discovering a location I’ve never been, so we last minute switched it up to shoot there. And welp, here’s the end product and it ended up super legit!! It’s always the best when you spontaneously find locations and shoot on the fly. Definitely expect more from Simone and I!

Tokyo Spring 2018 Part 6

At this point I’m unsure of what the days are anymore, so now it’ll just be segmented into parts haha - I’m super super close to finishing these photos.

Anywho, this set consists of another hanami garden where I got a lot of still water reflection shots, then later on we have photos of yozakura at Meguro River - one of my favorite spots of the entire trip.

I definitely threw in a lot of my meal photos in this set as well, missing it all.

I really need to go back already! 😫

Behind the scenes of 'Max Mode'

Max Mode was a dope shoot. It was filmed inside a space themed escape room, perfect for the story behind the video. It was a long but productive day, definitely some gold moments captured both photos and videos. Also, we had Jersey Mike's Subs for lunch - it was good. CHARGE ME UP!

Caleon Fox in LA Chinatown

Some of my favorite photos from the iconic photoshoot with Caleon Fox in Los Angeles Chinatown! Some of these images may look familiar on some promotional flyers or articles, and are now engraced in effohhexx history! Here's some other unseen favorites from the day. 

Mac Ayres returns to Union for another SOLD OUT show!

Within just a mere 3 months, Mac Ayres returns to the historic Los Angeles venue and performs in the Disco Room, which is over 6 times the size of the previous Jewel's Room he performed in, and STILL sold it out. This should make his talent very clear and straightforward, and do yourself a favor and check out his music - you'll thank me later.