Saturday, September 14, 2013


Denny Balmaceda of is gonna spend some quality time with Jay Criss, CEO of Fresh Fuzion Collective, which can only mean that i'm gonna have a lot of work to do. A collaboration of music and fashion has been the heart of the artistic lifestyle for as long as i can remember, it only makes sense that these guy would work together on some projects sooner or later. Looks like a power team up.

Fresh Fuzion is an artistic movement and non-profit organization of 15 young artists, musicians, dreamers and organizers dedicated to producing innovative projects in the areas of art, fashion and music. Fresh Fuzion Collective serves as an umbrella to fund artists and musicians; as well as, allow creators to collaborate on dynamic and innovative projects in the arts. Through their recently approved fiscal sponsorship with Fractured Atlas they fund raise to support their projects and activities.

Their newest endeavor is their online magazine; a collaborative effort by Fresh Fuzion members to create an ongoing internet exhibition featuring original projects. Their goal is to feature revolutionary imagery and video with the purpose of showcasing the power of art and music in society; simultaneously taking an active stand against corporate greed, corrupt government and industry. They want this exhibition to give hope to other artists and creative types and show them you don’t have to give up on your dreams, that you can become successful without changing your art and image.

Keep up on Fresh Fuzion activities at

Monday, September 2, 2013

90's Flava

Wasn't the 90's awesome? It's funny how the old is new again in fashion and even lifestyle. Did a nice photo shoot with Denny Balmaceda and Danielle Mullins using a 90's look, fresh prince of bel-air inspired style. Danielle was especially excited about this shoot cause the theme was a representation of her actual style and personality, i doubt we could have pick anyone better, to be honest. 

This one's one of may favorites. It looks like an album cover for a real 90's hip-hop group.

These are the two pics that everyone loves on Instagram and Facebook. Not sure who's idea it was to do a wall plant but it came out awesome. God, it took a LONG time to get them to synchronize their jumps and land a decent plant, but the personal frustration totally paid off in the end.

998,573,431 jumps later, and she nails it!