Ballet Class

Ballet Class

A few months ago I attended the open ballet class of cuban teacher Chery, a legend in the cuban school of ballet. It was interesting to watch her way of teaching and correcting students. Also I admire her passion and energy of still touring the world to give lectures... Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico

Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’ve lived in Mexico almost all of my life (except for one year) and I had never seen any of the pyramids we have. I felt like I was a “bad” mexican or “incomplete” mexican by not knowing these amazing... Burlesque show in Guadalajara

Burlesque show in Guadalajara

I attended to a burlesque show by Araceli De Anda in Guadalajara. Being used to classical ballet, contemporary dance and modern jazz, burlesque is something very new to me. I enjoyed this show that was based on the Wizard of Oz story. It was kind of bizarre, like all... Nutcracker rehearsals by the Academia de la Danza Mexicana

Nutcracker rehearsals by the Academia de la Danza Mexicana

Photographing dance is a tough task. Specially when it is an indoor low budget theatre with poor lighting setup. In these situations, you push your gear to the limit, not because you set the gear to the its maximum settings but because you need to explore the limits... Using Django models in external Python scripts

Using Django models in external Python scripts

Since Django 1.4 the syntax to import you models in external scripts has changed. The setup_environ method has been deprecated for a while and it no longer exists in Django 1.6. Assuming you’re using a virtualenv and your script is one directory outside the main... Engaged

Engaged

One of the main topics I couldn’t yet write about on my first posts of the year, was my plan of getting engaged. But now I can talk all about it without ruining the surprise. It all started around December, where the plans started to take form. I’m from...