Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Right Now I'm taking a Studio lighting class. We are required to bring our cameras to EVERY class.. It can get annoying when you have other classes during the day. This habit of bringing multiple bags every day reminds me of when I was in high school. I was a self proclaimed "bag-lady". I was always bringing bags whether it was of photo/art supplies, books, gym clothes or everything all at once O.o
The class has been pretty fun.

These are just some photos of my classmates in class fumbling with their cameras. Hopefully they don't mind ^^;

This was my classmates hair. I just thought it was so cute how the hair spun around :>

The professor :) He's such a sweetie. Even though he'd like to think he's a meanie. lol


Long time not write. I've really been neglecting this blog!! I'm often so unsure of what I want to write and simply have been a bit busy. Some good news though! I'll begin working at CSUN's photography lab next week!! It'll be a great way of spending even MORE time at the lab :P Not to worry, I don't mind. It'll be at evenings so, I lied; maybe I do mind.. Still, it feels nice to have a job again. Plus, it's connected to photography, which makes me happy.

Anyways, just last Saturday I celebrated Sukkot at my house. Mom and dad invited their friends and I invited a few of mine :] During Yom Kippur, we normally designate the day not just for fasting but for making decorations for the sukkah. This year, I decided that paper ring chains weren't sufficient. No longer was I 7 years old and capable of only gluing strips of paper together. While looking through the etsy website, I was awe struck by these adorable heart chains made from the pages of a french poetry book. It was just so adorable that instead of paying 20-something dollars for the creation, I resolved to diy! I then ended up commissioning my mom to make them ^^;

She didn't have a hard time making them though. We simply snipped through the pages of old catalogs and and made these butterfly/flower shapes. She then sewed down the middle of the layered patterns.

Here's the result <3