Wherever you go, you take yourself with you.
- Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book
This is very true, and something my ever-changing, commitment-averse, The grass is always greener on the other side self could spend some time reflecting on. Anyway, today I felt more like writing about what else than myself I usually take with me.
I've read posts similar to this one quite a few times, always being a bit indecisive as to knowing if I liked the idea or not.
I definitely liked the images though, and that's what decided me to finally do it. So this post is as much about trying to get a nice picture of what's in my bag as it is a little story and personal investigation into myself, as I'm currently wandering about where and when to go next. Let's dive. Read More
This is a repository of my sketch notes from Euruko 2017, Ruby conference which happened in Budapest. Read More
This post is just a repository of the sketch notes I made during Web Directions Summit 2017 which happened in Sydney. Read More
Envato, the company I work for as a software engineer when I'm not out on shootings (precisely 90% of my normal work week, when I don't shoot at and for Envato, but that's a whole other story, worth a blog post by itself probably) has this awesome program called Work And Travel, or WAT. Read More
I was recently asked by a very good Kiwi friend of mine, Rosie Percival who also happens to be a kick-ass yoga practitioner and teacher in Wellington, NZ, how I took the photo set that's the base of my yoga gallery. A friend of hers was trying to get into photography.
I ended up taking way more time than I thought writing about it so I thought it could make a good base for an article on this poorly treated blog. Anyway, here's a personal insight on what I use, but also why and how. Read More
While I was waiting fo a visa sponsorship to happen between two jobs in Australia, I decided to give a visit to my father who, rather unexpectedly, decided to spend the month of July away from French Metropole (how unlikely of him). Read More
After years of dreaming of the famous Japanese powder snow, I finally made it to this incredible country. Mathieu, Sylvain, Jérôme and myself made it to this very unsettling country, for 3 weeks of amazing landscapes, history, food, Onsen (the traditional hot baths), and, yes, powder snow. Read More