“PAINT IT FORWARD”

Spring has arrived, family and friends will soon flock to the sunny beaches in Fla. Tourists from around the world will come explore what our state has to offer.

Tampa has an abundance of sports, concerts, festivals and the arts are also on the rise.

Now thru April 7, 2017 visit Cass Contemporary located at 2722 S MacDill Ave, Tampa, FL 33629 to see works of art by: BASK, Tristan Eaton, Gregory Siff, Buff Monster, The London Police and many more established and upcoming artists.

To learn more about Cass Contemporary please visit: http://www.casscontemporary.com/

Scroll below to preview the opening of “PAINT IT FORWARD.”

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FADER CASS.jpg (Above) DJ Fader

DSC_7186.JPG(Above) BASK

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(Above) BASK

Eric Inkala Untitled(Above) Eric Inkala

buffmonster placard.jpg(Above) Buff Monster

Buff Monster.jpg(Above) Buff Monster and Killer Acid

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(Above) Killer Acid

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(Above) The London Police

London police placard.jpg(Above) The London Police

cassprints.jpg(Above) Cass Limited Edition Prints

(All photos are my property all art work is respected to every individual artist.)

 

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Internship with USF Athletics

This spring I intend to graduate from the University of South Florida.  I have gained an abundance of experience at USF.  I am majoring in advertising; however, I do not know if I will seek advertising as a career choice. I began to find a passion for (production) photography and videography. I enjoy telling stories and creating emotion with digital multimedia.  I have taken on an internship with the USF Athletics department and have had the opportunity to get behind the camera more to gain experience.  The internship is helping me be more proficient in the use of Adobe CC.  I’m excited to be so close to graduation and to venture into life’s new adventures.  I enjoy shooting film and producing and editing content for others to view.  Please feel free to watch the following video that I created for the  USF Men’s Tennis team.

Freestyle Designs

I used to be accustomed to skin fades with the barber using two inch shear guards attached to the clippers to give me a short length on top. After the basis of my haircuts I preferred the barber to use the Wahl professional 5 star bump free shaver / shaper or a Phillips Norelco electric shaver to give me a true skin fade. I used to get conservative haircuts but sometimes I think to myself why not try something different and unique. I have been to a few barbers in the past but I become loyal to the ones that are knowledgeable on how to cut hair. Finding a good barber is a trial and error experience, usually for most people unless you have been referred by someone you trust.

I go to a barber shop known as Barbers By Design located at 7542 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL. 33614.

I reside in New Port Richey, FL. and I drive an about an hour away to Tampa to get my haircut because I do not trust barbers in my town. I do not feel like going through another trial and error experience because sometimes the barbers don’t understand how to cut hair to my standards.  My barber is Luis Oliveras he’s a barber at night and a main barber instructor at Shear Excellence Hair Academy during the day he teaches students interested in getting a certified barber’s license.  Oliveras asked me if he can use my head to practice designs so he could improve on his skills and build his portfolio. I agreed and he started to do some wild freestyle designs that I thought looked real good.

(All photo’s below were taken by Luis Oliveras he has granted permission to use the pictures.)

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(above: My first freestyle design by Oliveras, at Barbers By Design, He comes up with ideas in his mind and executes.)Screenshots_2015-11-04-16-38-57

(above: Same hair cut as the first design by Oliveras, showing different angles of my head.)

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(above: A unique idea that was thought out within minutes by Oliveras.)

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(above: Oliveras started using the internet to gain ideas and to try to mimic other designs he discovered online and tried to change things up a little bit.)

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(Above: Oliveras, uses different shear guards to fade the design.)

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(Above: Oliveras, saw a concept of another barber online using a mirror to take a picture showing both sides of the haircut in one picture.)

Why not step outside of the boundaries and do something different.  After Oliveras performed designs on my head he has gained a steady customer base of people coming in for designs to include kids, teens, adults, men and women.

Oliveras has an Instagram account that showcases a large portion of his work, his page is unfortunately private but he can be followed by going to the following hyperlink: https://instagram.com/bambamthebarber/