It Was an Earthquake, Not an Emergency.

The image above was one of the very romantic and memorable views of San Diego from my hotel captured on my last night in the city. Due to the fact that it was also my birthday, the events that took place that day will be forever unforgettable in my memory. Why? It’s because this scene…

A (Somewhat) Comedic Conflict of Cultures above Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur. Christmas Eve. Horrendously hot. Morosely muggy. Extremely engrossing and exciting. During my time in KL*, I remember carrying a handkerchief in my pocket to serve two purposes: either to wipe the sweat from my brow, or defog my eyeglasses given all the moisture in the air. In this heavily humid atmosphere, my camera…

Feature Photographer Interview: Sam Antonio

Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends and Subscribers to TIA International Photography, it is with extreme delight to welcome you to the revamped edition of TIA’s official blog!  In addition, TIA is very excited to introduce you to the latest photographer for the Feature Photographer series:  Sam Antonio! I have followed Sam’s work for roughly three years,…

Coming Back Soon!

TIA International Photography’s blog has been on hiatus for over a month on account of multiple professional and personal projects, and — unfortunately — illness.  Not to fear. I am excited to share that many more interviews are currently in the works.  Travel season is also coming for TIA, starting with New York in mid-May…

Feature Photographer Interview: Steve Rosset

Ladies and gentlemen from all realms of travel and photography, it is my genuine pleasure to introduce you to Steve Rosset, a world traveler whose characteristic photographs are always riveting and intriguing.  Steve and I crossed paths on Flickr back in 2009 and have been following each other’s work ever since.  We are hoping to…

A View to a Thrill

I thought I would pay a small tribute to what I believe to be the most beautiful city in the United States — San Francisco, California.  Ever since I was a boy in grade school, I had seen photos of this magnificent city whose two bridges were as iconic in their own rights as the…