Hey, gidday mates! I’ve been addicted to city living my whole life. The bigger the city, the better time I’m having. But with this whole newfound lifestyle I’m living — getting engaged, putting down roots, redecorating my apartment, getting a dog — all of a sudden I’m loving getting out of the city and into the country at every given opportunity. This past weekend, all my friends congregated in extremely rural Pennsylvania (Amish, Menonites and all) for a mate’s wedding, and I brought along my Nautica city threads to see how nautical style would deal with a clean, green, countryside backdrop. Not a bad juxtaposition if I do say so myself. You can take the old dog out of the city, but you can’t teach him new tricks. Famous last words.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Yooo Isaac I’m seeing all these people asking you for life advice, so… Photography. I love it. Deep in my bones I love it. Seeing good photographs can genuinely make me cry. I wanna do it. So so so so bad. But how? Hey, gidday mate! First things first, get a camera. I have a couple of friends who are doing incredibly well in the photographic world right now, and they have completely different styles and aesthetics and platforms (one of them is a successful street style photographer, one is a huge Instagram photographer, and one is doingClick to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! How are we, how are we? Like I keep saying, I’m in the midst of a love affair with camp collar short sleeve shirts, redecorating my apartment, and my new dog Fifi (not necessarily in that order). To celebrate, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite things, which is a feature I typically reserve for Instagram. So with that in mind, read on.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Hey Isaac, about a month ago I told my best guy friend that I had feelings for him and he responded by saying that he didn’t feel the same way about me (even though all of our mutual friends thought differently). I was annoyed, mostly because I felt led on, and told him I needed space. He reached out to me last night saying that he didn’t want to stop talking, that he wanted to be friends again and that he was sorry for being “weird” in our last conversation. I’m not sure how to respond or how to go about “forgiving” him. It just seems like the friend zone again to me, but at this point I’m wondering if it’s worth it or if he’s just a player who wants to have his cake and eat it too.
Hold on a second, I’m confused.Click to Continue!