Sell That Sh*t & Buy A Fuji — An Interview with Gerardo Celasco

“I think that first image I shot that shocked me is the most memorable. It’s what inspired all of my other images. I still love the photo so much. It’s very raw, very real. I can feel so much when I see it.”  – Gerardo Celasco,  LaptrinhX – August 25, 2022 Read more Photo Gallery…

There Is No Story Structure For Short Films

“People love films with no dialogue because it’s universal, it’s going to be a universal story of something that is told through cinema, it’s a very cinematic way of telling a story. ” Kim Adelman, Film Courage, August 21, 2022. Kim Adelman  is an author, filmmaker and UCLA Extension Instructor in Entertainment Studies.  She  is…

Dunn-Edwards Portraits: Paris, a Pandemic and the Process of Design

“I was really intimidated about going back to school. I wondered if I could handle a full-time student workload. But I realized everything has its challenges, whether it’s working full time or school—it was fun and hard…”   – Marina Edwards, Specs & Spaces, Dunn-Edwards, April  12, 2022 Hidalgo Project Images Courtesy of  Marni Mervis, Founder…

UCLA Dean: How to Prepare Adult Learners for Changing Workforce Needs

“… I think the pandemic really leveled the playing field and provided access to something that honestly mostly was reserved for people that were at higher levels within organizations. It’s now leveled the playing field to a point whereby staff at every level have the opportunity to rethink what’s possible.” Eric A. Bullard, PhD, Dean…