The Week Resolution

I was thinking about my first post and I reached to the conclusion that I need a calendar for my change. Six months, six months for my goal. Six months since today.

In other news: The ISEM-University of Navarra is organizing a Fashion Conference in Pamplona, Spain. The congress will be on 20 and 21 April and I will be there. Will be: Enrique Loewe, Honorary President Loewe Foundation; Marva Griffin, Curator Salone Satellite – Salone Mobile, International Press Director; José Teunissen, London College of Fashion – LCF; Clemente Hernández, CEO of Aristocrazy; Debbie Smith, Director of new projects in Condé Nast and Hugo Jacomet, the Parisian Gentleman.

And… this summer: The LVMH group will have Les Journées Particulières in all its homes. The event will be 20, 21 and 22 May. So, I’ll travel to Paris and soon I’ll talk about my trip.

Thanks to read this and see you in my next post,
Mowgli.

Polaroid & Me

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I love photography, but I’m still learning how to see different. This is my hobby since 2012. The first camera’s family was a Kodak 35mm Star 275, but my first camera was a Sony Cybershot DSC-S650. Yeah, I’m from a different generation…

My mom gave a Polaroid 600 Red Stripe for Christmas. I’ve taken some snapshots, but I’m still experimenting. I hope see the world with the 60’s eyes or like some artist – as Warhol – did.

Talking about Warhol, I have some ideas for my first polaroid project. I’ll share it soon.

See you in my next post,
Mowgli.

‘The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera’.
– Dorothea Lange.

The seminarian?

 

I’m a freak called Mowgli. I’m from South America, but now I’m living in Europe. For many years people around me thought that I was a seminarian. I wasn’t talking about God or about Theology, I just was talking about life and I was wearing a ‘weird outfit’. Yes, I looked like one.

Thinking about me, my future and my stuff, I decided to start this new blog. In this space I’ll share my photos, my ideas and a little part of my life. But, why in English? Well, I want to improve my English. That’s all!

Maybe the audience doesn’t want to know anything about me, but I’ll show you that I’m a box of surprises.

See you in the next post,
Mowgli.

P.S. I haven’t changed at all, but I’ll do.