Julia was visiting from Las Vegas. We shot this near the Huntington Beach pier. copyright 2012- 18 Frames per Second 

Julia was visiting from Las Vegas. We shot this near the Huntington Beach pier. copyright 2012- 18 Frames per Second 

Not all swimsuit photos need to be taken at the beach. Blood Baby poses against some street art near the popular Melrose Ave. 
2011 copyright - 18 Frames per Second

Not all swimsuit photos need to be taken at the beach. Blood Baby poses against some street art near the popular Melrose Ave. 

2011 copyright - 18 Frames per Second

copyright 2013 - 18 Frames per Second - Photo was taken in Huntington Beach, CA. 

copyright 2013 - 18 Frames per Second - Photo was taken in Huntington Beach, CA. 

Desert Island. You know the game, which items would you bring with you if you were going to be marooned on a desert island? Well, I am going to assume that I’ll have some electricity and a CD player. OK, this is music desert island. Which music CD’s would I bring with me if I were going to be marooned on a desert island? Or driving for 12 solid hours from LA to anywhere with my buddies on a road trip?

My first choice would be Neil Young’s second solo album, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, released in 1969. Following the end of the Buffalo Springfield and after his first solo album, Neil Young got together with some members of the Rockets and renamed them Crazy Horse. Their recording resulted in a tight album of seven outstanding songs. From beginning to end we are entertained and rocked with classics like Cinnamon Girl, Down By the River, and Cowgirl in the Sand. The other four songs lead by the title track Everybody Knows This is Nowhere and The Losing End showcase Neil Young’s writing talent and his guitar playing skills. If you don’t own this one, buy it. And if you own it but haven’t played it for awhile, look for it and listen. Just listen.

Desert Island. You know the game, which items would you bring with you if you were going to be marooned on a desert island? Well, I am going to assume that I’ll have some electricity and a CD player. OK, this is music desert island. Which music CD’s would I bring with me if I were going to be marooned on a desert island? Or driving for 12 solid hours from LA to anywhere with my buddies on a road trip?

My first choice would be Neil Young’s second solo album, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, released in 1969. Following the end of the Buffalo Springfield and after his first solo album, Neil Young got together with some members of the Rockets and renamed them Crazy Horse. Their recording resulted in a tight album of seven outstanding songs. From beginning to end we are entertained and rocked with classics like Cinnamon Girl, Down By the River, and Cowgirl in the Sand. The other four songs lead by the title track Everybody Knows This is Nowhere and The Losing End showcase Neil Young’s writing talent and his guitar playing skills. If you don’t own this one, buy it. And if you own it but haven’t played it for awhile, look for it and listen. Just listen.

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - A March morning in Malibu. The surfer was getting out of the water, walking towards me. She turned to her left and walked along the shore for a quick moment. 

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - A March morning in Malibu. The surfer was getting out of the water, walking towards me. She turned to her left and walked along the shore for a quick moment. 

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - I took this photograph near an abandoned house near Oceanside. Behind the old house, the train tracks, yes, a few trains roared by during the shoot.  

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - I took this photograph near an abandoned house near Oceanside. Behind the old house, the train tracks, yes, a few trains roared by during the shoot.  

Life doesn’t happen a minute at a time, it happens at 18 Frames per Second.  art, editorial, fashion, lifestyle, music, photography, skateboard, surfing.  

Life doesn’t happen a minute at a time, it happens at 18 Frames per Second.  art, editorial, fashion, lifestyle, music, photography, skateboard, surfing.  

Julia was visiting from Las Vegas. We shot this near the Huntington Beach pier. copyright 2012- 18 Frames per Second 

Julia was visiting from Las Vegas. We shot this near the Huntington Beach pier. copyright 2012- 18 Frames per Second 

Not all swimsuit photos need to be taken at the beach. Blood Baby poses against some street art near the popular Melrose Ave. 
2011 copyright - 18 Frames per Second

Not all swimsuit photos need to be taken at the beach. Blood Baby poses against some street art near the popular Melrose Ave. 

2011 copyright - 18 Frames per Second

copyright 2013 - 18 Frames per Second - Photo was taken in Huntington Beach, CA. 

copyright 2013 - 18 Frames per Second - Photo was taken in Huntington Beach, CA. 

Desert Island. You know the game, which items would you bring with you if you were going to be marooned on a desert island? Well, I am going to assume that I’ll have some electricity and a CD player. OK, this is music desert island. Which music CD’s would I bring with me if I were going to be marooned on a desert island? Or driving for 12 solid hours from LA to anywhere with my buddies on a road trip?

My first choice would be Neil Young’s second solo album, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, released in 1969. Following the end of the Buffalo Springfield and after his first solo album, Neil Young got together with some members of the Rockets and renamed them Crazy Horse. Their recording resulted in a tight album of seven outstanding songs. From beginning to end we are entertained and rocked with classics like Cinnamon Girl, Down By the River, and Cowgirl in the Sand. The other four songs lead by the title track Everybody Knows This is Nowhere and The Losing End showcase Neil Young’s writing talent and his guitar playing skills. If you don’t own this one, buy it. And if you own it but haven’t played it for awhile, look for it and listen. Just listen.

Desert Island. You know the game, which items would you bring with you if you were going to be marooned on a desert island? Well, I am going to assume that I’ll have some electricity and a CD player. OK, this is music desert island. Which music CD’s would I bring with me if I were going to be marooned on a desert island? Or driving for 12 solid hours from LA to anywhere with my buddies on a road trip?

My first choice would be Neil Young’s second solo album, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, released in 1969. Following the end of the Buffalo Springfield and after his first solo album, Neil Young got together with some members of the Rockets and renamed them Crazy Horse. Their recording resulted in a tight album of seven outstanding songs. From beginning to end we are entertained and rocked with classics like Cinnamon Girl, Down By the River, and Cowgirl in the Sand. The other four songs lead by the title track Everybody Knows This is Nowhere and The Losing End showcase Neil Young’s writing talent and his guitar playing skills. If you don’t own this one, buy it. And if you own it but haven’t played it for awhile, look for it and listen. Just listen.

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - A March morning in Malibu. The surfer was getting out of the water, walking towards me. She turned to her left and walked along the shore for a quick moment. 

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - A March morning in Malibu. The surfer was getting out of the water, walking towards me. She turned to her left and walked along the shore for a quick moment. 

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - I took this photograph near an abandoned house near Oceanside. Behind the old house, the train tracks, yes, a few trains roared by during the shoot.  

copyright 2012-18 Frames per Second - I took this photograph near an abandoned house near Oceanside. Behind the old house, the train tracks, yes, a few trains roared by during the shoot.  

Life doesn’t happen a minute at a time, it happens at 18 Frames per Second.  art, editorial, fashion, lifestyle, music, photography, skateboard, surfing.  

Life doesn’t happen a minute at a time, it happens at 18 Frames per Second.  art, editorial, fashion, lifestyle, music, photography, skateboard, surfing.  

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