October 7, 2008
Finally we have a newborn in the project, this handsome boy posed for me yesterday night, very cute, the pictures come up pretty well but this one is the one that most express his innocence; and he didn't cry at all.
September 24, 2008
Web have a blog, I decided to make a blog about the experience in order to people follow not just the project, but what have been behind scenes in the creation of it. Take a look and be welcome to put any comments or add you as a follower. Thirty3faces Blog
July 24, 2008
A person from the African continent is present in the project, finally one from each; and actually not just from Africa but from the fourth-largest island in the world, Madagascar.
July 12, 2008
It was a busy weekend for me; I had people from France, Poland, India and Australia at my house to be photographed for the website. I am very close to having at least one person representing each continent. I just need one from Africa to accomplish my goals. With 19 faces so far and 14 more to go, my dream for this project is coming to fruition.
July 5, 2008
Older people amaze me, especially those who are in good shape and health. Mrs. Tapia from Mexico is a good example (number 12). Believe it or not, this lady will be 100 years old this coming August! Wow--hope to get there some day in that shape.
June 11, 2008
Finally, I cross overseas. I have my first pictures of Asiatic people. I am impressed at how calm they look. They seem to represent the peace of mind that so many look for in their lives.
May 31, 2008
I got the first picture of somebody from a country that is not Mexico or United States. I consider this to be a great advantage since I am sure this will encourage and motivate people from other countries to participate.
May 17, 2008
I had the privilege to portrait an old Indian American men, Mr. Northcott; I think his picture shows how happy were both to having him being part of this project.