We met over a mutual love of coffee! Jordan’s vision of gathering friends together in the spirit of a Mexican village with music, family, love, and connection, was inspiring. I wanted to be part of this.
Anything that is visually astonishing and unpredictable gives me a reason to jump out of bed at 3am! I got pushed beyond belief and found being surrounded by the best creatives in the business an exhilarating experience. I had found my place.
Mahico gives me the feeling of driving towards a small familiar village on a dusty road with a warm wind carrying the sound of music and laughter.
I love the present moment! I have a lot of projects ahead, but honestly, if I could grab one thing before running out the door, it’s my old camera. In this process I find all the things that I love the most; travelling, sitting and observing with a chai in hand, the element of surprise, and the deliciousness of waiting a few days for the film to be processed.
Mahico feels quirky and refreshing, experimental, and a lovely work in progress.