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Sushi Nakazawa

 Sushi Nakazawa

West Village, New York City

It’s time for me to discuss with you the best meal I have had ever so far in my life (Confession: I feel a little like I’m supposed to say this about my dinner at Sushi Nakazawa, although it is, for the most part, true). 599 more words


The New 1%

Suggested Song: Giving it all Away, The Frames
Suggested Drink: Cherry Coke (rumored to be Warren Buffet’s favorite tipple)

A 1% club sounds elite. The egoist within would rather be part of an exclusive 1% than the common 99% in most cases, but in fact this term has a acquired a pejorative distinction of late, tainting those in its ranks with an Antoinettian hue. 1,089 more words


My Inspiration Lately

As the semester comes to a close, I’ve been up against an onslaught of group projects, final meetings, and rehearsals. April is just a hard month when you’re in college, and it can be hard to find the motivation to do everything. 214 more words

Jiro Dreams of Sushi - Food is Fashion

Jiro Dreams of Sushi is definitely not a film to watch while you’re hungry! It’s a visually stunning documentary about Jiro, an 85 year old sushi master who still works in his Tokyo subway restaurant every day – despite earning 3 Michelin stars.


Reflection (show, share, listen, critique, analyze)

Process ::

The interview questions and b-roll list that I came up with during pre-production definitely helped define my finished piece. I’m also thankful for the inspiration from Jiro Dreams of Sushi and for Brad’s teaching us that we can add and mix external sound to the footage. 515 more words


Here's Your Weekend Netflix Recommendation

A few weeks ago I recommended what I the best documentary on Netflix in Indie Game: the Movie. If Indie Game: the Movie is #1, this next documentary you must watch is #1A. 559 more words