Deep in the heart of the great state of Texas, Austin’s young population as well as its enriched history make the city a charming place to visit any time of the year. I visit quite often and have done it all here — an internship, conferences, talks, outings, and vacation time.
New York City
Fabulous Sin City. Las Vegas is seemingly isolated in the middle of the Mojave Desert, but it’s far from barren. Flashy on the outside, though all of the external hype does not offer much depth — apart from fleeting highs and forgetful nights. That’s all I am telling, since you already know the clichés… 🎰🎲
Continuing my favorite style of building-top shots, I was able to capture a couple of good ones during this trip. Though, San Francisco’s architecture was not shy of creating incredible backdrops and urban landscapes. 🌉🌁
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Golden Gate Bridge
5 o'clock traffic & cardboard
The Windy City. The Heart of America. Mud City. Chi-Town.
My visit to Chicago involved dabbling in every bit of touristy attractions, as well as diving deep into suburbs and the outskirts of town in search of authentic cuisine, experience, and inspiring people. It’s safe to say, I was successful. 🌃🏙
Willis (Sears) Tower
Wildberry Pancakes & Cafe
The Art Institute of Chicago
As a beacon and symbol of Arab wealth, Qatar has solidified its foothold in the Middle East. This has allowed American universities to establish remote campuses, granting students access to worldwide resources. I took a trip in Spring 2018, and here are some of my favorite original photographs.
Home to Texas A&M University, CSTAT (as it’s known colloquially) is a simple yet charming piece of Texas.
My tribute to my hometown is in the works. Check back later! Great things take time.