Month: March 2012

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  • Took a ferry out past the Sydney Opera House on a ferry to Manly Beach, where we ate great steak and ribs, followed by really good Hakata-style ramen in the evening at a place called Ryo-Tei near St Leonards, staffed by a trip of Japanese Australian girls and some dudes in the kitchen.

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  • Pies, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Darling Walk, Mexican food, and back to the pub.

    Having connection trouble with Posterous, so trying to upload these again at smaller image sizes.

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    I’ve been receiving emails from Memolane, which looks into my Flickr and reminds me of what happened each day five, sometimes two, years ago to the day.

    Five years ago, I took this photo of Jessica Cambensy on the set of my first TV commercial shoot. She was a young model, nowhere as famous/infamous as she is now ( in Hong Kong and Asia; I was a young copywriter, about to learn how little power writers have on a director’s turf — eventually I figured out that I was there as a formality, and to eat the catered food.
    There was lots of time between set ups for me to wander around taking photos. The shoot dragged on for over 8 hours, which she spent standing and getting her hair restyled (we went through at least 5 very different overall looks for her over the day/night), and I remember being amazed by her energy and professionalism. I would have fallen asleep or thrown a tantrum by then. She was incredibly chipper for someone who barely ate at lunch.
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  • A weekend market in Paddington, a museum exhibit about Sydney’s convict history, and St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

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