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Beards & Bait Tanks

  Southern California can be a magical place if you let it be. I’ve been living here for a few years now and it still surprises me how seemingly random occurrences can spark an amazing turn of events. For this particular photo set, it all started with an…

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Art Show – Warehouse 1425

  On May 18th, 2013 and for one night only in San Diego’s East Village, Christopher Konecki and a group of local artists unveiled Warehouse 1425. Not just an exhibition of street art in the purest sense, Warehouse 1425 stood as an invitation to artists of…

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Montmartre in the middle of hillcrest

Received a message from a friend containing a long hashtag:   #itisthesimplethings   As I walked home from dinner I passed by “my” liquor store (even though I am there once or twice a week, they still don’t recognize me). I almost walked right by…

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We are Ocean Beach

  If La Jolla had an Anti-Hero, it would be Ocean Beach. A overly-stereotypical-California-fog-draped-beach-community, mixed up with notorious drifters, lost young kids, side passengers, tourists, locals, and your endless worn-down-and-we-don’t-care bars. It is a place that will allow you, no matter who you are or…

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Stop Motion Videos

Nothing much for a portfolio, but interesting learning experiences throughout the years:   2013   Opening Day Padres from Digitaria on Vimeo. Special Thank you to Cameron Franco for the   additional footage and editing skills!     2012   Opening Day @ Digitaria from…

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Seven Grand Poster

A few weeks ago Paul Drohan and I initiated a little project for the Jazz Nights at Seven Grand. Here’s the first poster:       © Robin Kadfalk. All images appearing on the website are the exclusive property of Robin Kadfalk and are protected…

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Seven Grand

  When I was dragged to Seven Grand after dinner a few weeks back, an idea was born. Every Wednesday night Seven Grand put on what I was so modestly introduced to as, “Jazz Night”. Not expecting much besides a few drinks and some nice…

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Lost Toy From the Past

  It is amazing when you find a hand made toy from 1987. Especially one you thought was lost. At that point my uncle didnt have any children yet, and I was the center of his universe. I remember adventures, inventions, and conversations. He was…

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Art Gallery – Parachute Factory

  Theres nothing more I despise than “street-art” shows with fancy cheese platters and cheap wine at a little hole-in-the-wall-art-gallery in some jenky-as-hell but soon-to-be-hip-neighborhood. And no, I am by all means not trying to claim that I am hood rat, a child of the…

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Art Gallery – Bread & Salt

Located on Julian Avenue in Logan Heights, an old bakery recently turned into 5.4 million dollar art project where artist can work and display their work. At 43,000 square foot, this massive gallery has the potential of becoming the new hub of the San Diego…

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