Last week I got invited to a jacket required (more on that Monday) dinner by watch brand JEANRICHARD. The celebration was held to honor the collaboration between Captain Sully (the pilot who landed that plane on the Hudson) and the brand.
Sully will be working with JEANRICHARD on a monthly blog which will follow his road on learning about watchmaking. After checking out those pieces that evening I can tell it’s going to be an awesome experience. Maybe not as awesome becoming an American hero, but close enough.
Check out more about JeanRichard at JEANRICHARD.com to learn more about their incredible timepieces and to follow the Captain’s journey.
Last week I got to kick it with some of my blogger faves at Stoli’s party for ORGNL TV. The fete honored some of the freshest creatives in art, music and fashion. (All of my favorite things.) Best part of the night? Nina Sky performance.
Check out more pics from that event and many more on my Instagram.
Last month me and my best friend Corey got to take a dance class taught by SYTYCD alum Travis Wallto promote his new show, All The Right Moves. Full disclosure: I’ve always been a huge theatre geek and couldn’t wait to get back into the dancing arena.
From the vid above you can tell it was a pretty awesome time. (And yes, I kept that hat on the whole time just for the look.)
BONUS: A clip of me in a 2008 community theatre performance of The Wiz. Feel free to poke fun.
I mentioned it briefly in yesterday’s post, but last week I got a chance to road trip it from Manhattan all the way to Philadelphia. Ford & Sony equipped me with a super cool Explorer (which I’ll review in an upcoming post) and I of course brought along my parter in crime, Corey Kindberg, for the ride to the city of brotherly love. Below a quick summary of my trip with some of my favorite photos.
I call her Mrs Garrett because she’s big, red, and told me what to do.
While there we attended the Michael Jackson Cirque du Soliel show. (Hence the MJ inspired looks above.)
The trip was honestly a blast and I totally plan on going back. (Without cameras)
Last week got got to check out The Badoo Project. It was basically a 3 day mega photoshoot on crack using real New Yorkers as models. I had an awesome time and took some pretty rad (see: ridiculous) portraits.
Thanks to Kenneth Capellothe awesome. BTW Badoo is picking 24 people to be featured in billboards all around town and I happened to make the first cut. If you’d like you can vote for my mug here.