Popzeit 2nd book project: 2015

Popzeit 2nd book project: 2015

Buon afternoon, as my gal friend, Paula is out discovering the cherry blossoms in bloom in our Sunset neighborhood, I am at home in my home office:  a place, I have fashioned after a favorite childhood past time, of imagining my living room, to be the interior of Han Solo’s Millinium Falcon. I call it something like, my ‘Han Solo-Beastie Boys’ creative cockpit; and a pair of Pop tarts are never far, and keepin’ the Illy coffee coming.

Today, I have set forth a 2nd Tokyo book project, this one being more of a designer’s sketch of my photo junket experience after traveling to Tokyo so many times. It was such an inspiration for coming up with my photographic and travel style. Creating a photo book of purely the photos, has been a good way of getting started and of sharing the nuggets from those trips with other cool folks in my network.

But a more intensive work-over, using all of the creative arts material I’ve amassed over the years, I think is  a better way to help the reader understand and grasp the adventures that happened there.  And hopefully set the tone for further travel in Nippon, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mongolia & Taiwan. At first with my new life-partner, Miss Paula Mak, and potentially later, as a consultant to photographers, food professionals and people who love to travel. I could see myself as a tour guide and consultant, in this manor.

Please enjoy the rest of your weekend, before Taxes are due.  Ja mata! eh, ciao for now~

Paul Franklln-san
home office

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Paula’s new iPhone 5s camera

she asked me if we could grow our own Japanese Sakura, cherry blossom tree in our back yard one day.  I think we could do that PM 😉

Published by paulmansfield30

Creative professional in the Bay Area. Education is what it's all about, that, and creating a genuine connection with others. Current Disney + binge: 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'. Next project: developing Japan Travel Coffee Table books and teaching visual storytelling to neighborhood students.

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