By: Patricia On: February 10, 2010 In: Sailing, SEA, Travels Comments: 4

We were shopping for a duffel bag when my mom encouraged me to get a bigger bag than I really wanted, because she argued it’s always better to have extra space than not enough. My counterpoint was that if I have the space, it is my moral duty to...

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By: Patricia On: February 03, 2010 In: Amazing!, Journalism, Sailing, Travels, Writing Comments: 4

I hate making “big” announcements. It seems egotistical to assume something that is big to me might mean the same to others. Usually, it doesn’t. The two-weeks are in at my work. Some of you have heard me talking about the SEA Semester program —the one educational opportunity I...

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By: Patricia On: December 07, 2009 In: Photography, Sailing, Travels, Writing Comments: 0

Just got back this morning from the latest and greatest race in the Hot Rum Regatta. It was a cloudy day out on Sunday, and although the winds were looking rather non-existent from land, once we got out there, they picked up here and there. And it was good....

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By: Patricia On: August 13, 2009 In: Graphics, Multimedia, Sailing Comments: 6

This website has always focused on my photography, particularly my concert photography, but I also work on online projects here and there. We’ve had a few trainings at work to improve our multimedia skills. Until recently we were working with HTML and CSS. I particularly started playing with JQUERY....

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By: Patricia On: March 24, 2009 In: Sailing, Travels Comments: 3

A short compilation of videos. Make sure to watch it in HQ.  Thanks to Mark Waters for helping me put together and editing the videos. I’m not going to win any Oscars yet for cinematography, but it’ll do for now. 

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By: Patricia On: February 02, 2009 In: Sailing, Travels Comments: 0

Moving on from that damn unfortunate business of the Cardinals… Photos from the San Diego Maritime Museum. The Museum has several old-school ships, which I had seen anchored by the Bay on previous trips, but never had a chance to explore. I’ve always liked stuff like that. Who knows...

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