Good morning!

Wake up! Wake up! One more day and hen you may relax and enjoy the holiday weekend. I want you to remember those is who sacrificed  iced themselves for our freedom.  I Love our country.  Proud to be an American. 

For over 3 decades, individuals have walked and raised funds to fight against AIDS. The walk took place inside Central Park in New York City. From 55th street and 5th ave to 108th Street and Riverside Drive, we marched through the pavement of NYC proud. The great people from Quest Diagonistics and NYPD Explorers help volunteer amongst others.  Overall, I felt very proud to support a movement and actually make a difference in my community.  If you would like more info on the event or would like to donate, visit here. For more photos, visit my Facebook 

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“Nothing To Eat In The Fridge” Tomato Soup!

Good afternoon my friends!

It’s a lovely Friday afternoon, shoes are off, your work shirt is getting unbuttoned and you’re trying to figure out what to do this action packed weekend. You can watch the Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao. You can probably watch the immense game seven match-up between the Clippers and Spurs playoff nail-bitter. Or you can sit here and try to make a simple tomato soup when you feel sick after all that drinking and partying you’ve doing haha. This recipe is something I created from a developing palate and pure innovation with what was in my fridge.


  • 3-4 tomatoes
  • 2 cups of water
  • Dashes of cayenne, salt and pepper
  • Fresh Parsley and Oregano
  • Roasted Garlic (2-3 cloves) and Shallots
  • Croutons (Homemade wheat bread or whatever bread is at your disposal)
  • Secret Ingredient (7 seedless sweet grapes) Gives a hint of sweetness

Finished Product

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Not bad for my first ever tomato soup huh! I must add, I used the Nutribullet System to converge this flavor packed soup and it’s so amazing. I hope you guys love this post and please share it and enjoy your weekend!

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Heinenken Star Bottle #arrivebig Event @heineken_us


Last Thursday, I took my last final for the spring semester. To give myself a break, I attended a private heineken star bottle event at the Brooklyn Naval Yard. The whole set up was amazing! Black carpet roll up, tall green goddess siring ice cold beverages with a smile and private boats scooping people up every 20 minutes to keep the place flowing. The Naval warehouse was decked out with a greenery wall in the front where i used my new macro lens. The place was packed and had some celebrities as well; Wilmer Valderrama (Fez from That 70s Show below) Overall, and surprise performance by the band FUN. Enjoy the photos, more to come soon. I shall do an all macro shots blog. Feel free to comment and see the rest on my facebook page. The like button is at the bottom and here. Take care and stay thirsty. By the way, if you would like to use any images, please tag it to my page or give me credit.


Im back. Come check out some photos from the Heineken Star Bottle #arrivebig Private Party at the Brooklyn Naval Yard

Where have you been Eazy?!?!

Hello gang, i am back from the lakes of minatonka! I feel revived and fresh full of many ideas and plenty to share. So the main question is “where have you been Eazy???” Well, I’ve been focusing on my craft and taking a black and white FILM course. Yes, film. It was one of the best decision I have ever made in my life and I might even take the second course. So i have been developing, capturing, developing and capturing and so on (the brief, condensed version of processing film). Even though it has been time consuming, i have really learn what it means to be passionate about your craft; also, the difference between a good print and a great print–very minimal. So here are some some instagram (follow me: eazyland) shots of the life i have been living.

Yeah so this is what I have been doing. I hope you enjoy the insight and i will plenty of more prints to come. Just take time to enjoy the little things in life. Stay thirsty and eat healthy my friends. So make you sure follow me on twitter and instagram (eazyland). CHEERS!!!

chicken salad sandwhich made by me.

  • Premium Chicken Breast
  • Cracked Pepper Olive Oil Mayo
  • American Cheese
  • Chopped Baby Greens Salad


Rankin Exhibit at Milk Studios

After attending a event at Fader Magazine office, the Jungle Gym Staff and friends stopped by Milk Studios in the Chelsea area of the city for a look-see. The spotlight was on an English photographer, John Rankin and had shoots of everybody in culture.  From the Queen of England to Jay-Z. every shot captured a personality. There was models, fashion mogules and even skaters attending the event. The clash of cultures is turning to a revolution and I felt good to observe and capture the scene. Check out some of the shots and be sure to visit Jungle Gym Magazine for the full write up and my tumblr. Cheers mates!


A Night At The Museum

It was a nice day in NYC and I wanted to go time traveling; well, the only I could have done this is to actually see what happened in the past. So went to the museum full of rich items at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I felt as if I was on a field trip and I just wondered where was my chaperons? Getting lost through all the history and appreciating art at maturer age. It was more than worth the money. The MET made me feel like I need to learn more about the past so I can have a better future. Just full of pioneers in an art they made from there heart and soul–the drive of the creator. Stand back and travel with me and also don’t be afraid to visit my tumblr. Thank You

In D.C. Chilling!

D.C. was great! Over the weekend, I choose to celebrate my friend’s birthday in the nation’s capitol. We started friday night at one of D.C.’s premiere location  The Park at Fourteenth. The next day we dined in Georgetown and had a blast with all the visuals and lifestyle. The last day went to a couple  boutiques, one was Commonwealth(great gear all the time) and then finished it off with some of D.C.’s finest Latin Cuisine at El Tamarindo. Be sure to enjoy the pictures and for more, visit my tumblr.

surfs up!