It’s such an awesome time of the year, time for scary movies and haunted houses. FUN!
I went out the other night to do some long exposure (5+ minute) photos.
Before I went out to take the pics, I met up with Kevin, Libby, Travis, Crysta and David at Shakespeare’s Pizza.
I didn’t eat or drink anything which is totally unfortunate haha. It was sure good to see all my old friends who I had not seen in a while. Libby looked fabulous, love the hair girl! And Kevin is always fun to hang out with, one of those old friends that no matter how long you spend apart, you pick up right where you left off.
Dave and Crysta came along with me to take the pics. It is so much more fun to have people go with you, especially when they sing N’Sync and Blu Cantrel with you as you drive haha.
They spotted this house as we drove around, it sure is hallowing isn’t 😉
What do you think? This is just a start. Tonight Micheal is going to join me as I take a bunch more of these long exposure pictures.
New photos are being published to PiczarPhoto.com. You should head on over there and let me know what you think. Three up already, about six more to go.
Thanks and I hope you enjoy them.
Oh and I’d be remiss if I didn’t give a HUGE thanks to Brittany for all of her help yesterday. She spent a few hours looking over my shoulder as I edited pictures giving me some really inspiring ideas and keeping me from going absolutely crazy. Check out her blog!
And to Micheal for his help finishing the last two prints, and for checking out the new show My Own Worst Enemy with me… the jury is still out on that show. Check out his blog too!
The night began and ended at the same place. Nick Starr called us up and told us to meet him in the Castro at a particular address. Knowing the area a bit, I realized quite quickly that we weren’t going to a club, no businesses exist past 600 Castro…
Ryan and I make it down Castro and are searching for the address Nick txt’d me when someone calls from a window inviting us into the house.
It turns out it is the very house where we are supposed to be meeting Nick. We glide up the stairs and into the house meeting some wonderfully friendly and fabulous people. Of the first we met was Skye, pictured to the left. Skye (with an E) work for Southwest Airlines and lives in San Francisco. He was a whole lot of fun.
Ryan and I helped ourselves to the free booze in the kitchen keeping them strong and keeping them coming!
The person who welcomed us into his home was Adam. He is pictured below sitting with Brent Corrigan (aka Sean Paul Lockhart), who is my favorite porn star… Seriously, he is beautiful. Also, a wonderfully fun and friendly person. We talked about his new, legitimate, movie and other random things. He’s smart, capabile, funny and adorable (read, hot).
Sean Paul Lockhart or Brent Corrigan ( brought in a few of his porn star friends, which are always welcomed, but really didn’t help the party… Let me explain. Everyone there was pretty darn hot, some of them were sinfully so. It was enough to make you insta-anorexic-workout-addict. Damn girl.
Speaking of porn stars, these two guys certainly have a future in the business, if only they weren’t so camera shy, or rather, so damn bitchy. Cool it boys, and why don’t you get a room? I swear the couch had a wet spot once they finally peeled themselves off. Cute/hot but the attitude has got to go.
So we hung out, drank, chatted, had a fabulous time. I didn’t take many pictures though, felt kinda weird doing it in someone else’s home and with all the porn actors, it felt like maybe I was taking pictures of them and not of the fun times? Hmm, not sure. Adam took a ton of pictures, wish I had his memory card haha.
The highlight of the evening had to be meeting these two guys. Tyler and Sean. Tyler is a graphic designer and Sean is a graphical user interface creater… GUI-C. They have been together for three years through the whole long distance thing and now live in San Francisco together.
Basically they are just awesome guys and when/if Ryan and I move here, we will have to hang out with these two guys. After about an hour of talking with each other, we were fast friends. I’m pretty sure living in San Francisco and having friends like these two… we’d be living life famously.
After a while we decided it was time for the obligatory Myspace photo.
The party ended at 2:30 and Ryan and I found ourselves walking home around 3:00 until I caught us a cab for the rest of the cold, long walk home.
I hate that I didn’t take more pictures. All the people there were so nice and fun, we had Marc (with a C) and his friend, and another Sean and a Mark and three Johns (Jons?) and… the list goes on. It sure was a fun fun night.