What To Eat Wednesday! Brother Jimmy’s PRESS’D BOURBON BRISKET SANDWICH


Good afternoon,

I hope everyone has been well. Happy Hump Day Wednesday! Today’s post is about a wonderful sandwich combo that I had recently at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ Restaurant. This restaurant is located in Midtown Manhattan, right next to Madison Square Garden in New York City. This outstanding sandwich is one of my favorite go to sandwiches after a long visit at the camera shop, B & H Photo.

The Sandwich

This sandwich freshly slice smoked brisket, pressed in cheddar cheese; each bite, the gooey cheese pulls and elopes from your grasp. Then there is a complimenting bowl of crisp sweet potato tots! Delicious with every chew. You slap on some of their spicy ketchup on each bite, it enhances your chew.

The Service

Brother Jimmy’s is a stand-up BBQ spot. You get your money’s worth. The waiters and waitresses have outstanding character and very quick to serve. BRIGHT SMILE and will keep you laughing.

Recommendation

If you’re visiting NYC, stop by one of Brother Jimmy’s restaurants and enjoy some nice BBQ food and have a great time! Ohh, tell Rachel that Eric sent you, you might get a surprise. haha

Stay tuned! Will be posting more from my NYC excursions and other various restaurants I visit. I’m going to put you guys on good food for your buck!

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@JackDaniels_US Signature Blend Event: @SpiritAnimalUS, @gethighwasted and @coastgaard at @WebsterHall in #NYC, @rhizome


Good afternoon,

Hope your week is going well. I’ve been keeping busy like usual and sorry for the wait. This week’s event highlight is from Jack Daniel’s Signature Blend event. These three bands totally killed it. The vibe all night was low key and Spirit Animal turned all the way up! If you like underground music with an organic feel, I suggest you check these bands out! Spirit Animal, High Waisted and Coast Gaard. Shout out to Steve from Spirit Animal, killed it dude. Enjoy the pictures and please visit my facebook for all the events photos! Also, shout out to Oliver from Rhizome Productions, KILLER visual installation piece!

Over and out!

Eric from Eazyland Productions

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Portrait Tuesdayyy!


Good Afternoon!

Hope your Tuesday is going splendid. Today’s portrait is from a retirement party I took pictures for, Mr. Foster. Foster served Rutgers University for decades and had a great send out party. He seemed like a loved man from all his peers and I wanted to capture that. I made him an awesome photo album of the event; later, purchased another cause loved the work and creativity.

Here in the picture is two brothers, Big bro and little bro. Love your family, they are the only family you have until they are gone. Fight, laugh and hug.

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Musical Monday


Good afternoon friends,

Hope everyone has been well. Sorry for being distant; I’ve been hidden underneath a rock in Newark figuring out my next diabolical plans to take over the world. mwhahahaha. sikeee.

On a serious note, I’ve been spending time pondering but how I can concur my world. People may not understand how hard it is to run things yourself, let alone consistently. I feel like a writer with writer’s block on a verge of writing an award winning piece but with no ink and massive potential.

“Most of the time, the answers we search for everyday are written on the back of the piece of paper you’ve been waiving around while searching for the answers. WE already have the answers. Just turn your paper over.”

– Erick Ogada, Regular Dude

Today’s piece is on a cellist out of Midtown Mahattan, Erik Jacobson, playing at the Highline in Chelsea, Manhattan. I was wrapping up a shoot near by with a client. In a way, his music help me take some of my best shots, indirectly. I came by, gave him a tip and asked to take some picture. Once finished, he gave me his card, and I later sent him his photos. He can find Erik Jacbson during the summer donned out in his tux and playing for the public. Make sure you drop a tip and tell Erik that Erick sent you. haha. Enjoy!

If you would like to get in touch with me, you can contact me here!

Cheers mates!

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Portrait Tuesday!


Hello Friends,

Hope your Tuesday is going well and smoothly. Today I’m going to showcase some business portraits I took for a colleague of mine, Douglas Lomonaco. Douglas is a dean at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. He told me we wanted to acquire some professional business portraits. I brought my “portable studio” to the office of student affairs and took some professional portraits for him and the staff. They came out awesome and just wanted to share a few. If you would like to make any professional portraits inquires, please contact me

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Happy Maternity Monday!


Hello Gang!

Happy Maternity Monday! I hope all is well. I’ve been thinking about life a lot and today inspired me to illuminate life. We’re ALL created by two human beings–thank you mom and dad. As men, we don’t feel what women may go through during their pregnacy. I am thankful I am a man; however, I am more thankful that there’re women out there that battle through the toughest battles to create life. I wish I would shoot more portraits of mothers to just appreciate their sacrifice and love for this new being that was created.

I challenge you all to look at things different. If you are a pregnant mother or just had a baby, thank you!. I wish you all the best with your new creation and take pictures! We never know when it’s our last day. P.s. I recieved news that my aunt in Kenya passed away this morning. Send some prayers this way for me and to Kenya.

Much Love!

Eric Ogada

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