Welcome to my site!! In here you will find stories, photographs, art and articles related to the the wonderful world of photography, My intention is to fill you with joy and knowledge and that we can become friends.
“A good photograph is knowing where to stand”—Ansel Adams
Welcome to my Website and Blog. In here you will find stories and information as I grow my art and photography portfolio.
I was born in the Dominican Republic and like many Dominicans I emigrated to the United States in search of better opportunities. I live in Bridgeport, CT with my wife and three boys.
By profession, I am a Systems Engineer working for Change Healthcare but my passion is photography.
I am also what people call a “Foodie” so you will probably see my travel to restaurants, where I do a layman’s review.
Coffee and Whiskey are two things that for a part of my enthusiasm!!
For almost 10 years I ran a blog about photography (in Spanish) but since then I have moved to a more creative endeavor.
I decided that I wanted to be the opposite of that famous saying: “Those who don’t know, teach.”
I also ran a successful wedding an event business that brought satisfaction to my customers and associates.
My name is Eduardo Mueses and I am a photographer.
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So yesterday was Easter here in the US. Normally, we celebrate with the rest of my wife’s family, but this time we decided instead to do it on our own. We were going to Mass and decided to go out to eat afterwards. Esedia had a couple of suggestions. One was to go to Pantanal …
A couple of weeks ago, it was Gabriel’s birthday. Since then Esedia had told me that she wanted to take him and the other boys to celebrate. She wanted to take them out to eat and celebrate as a family. Regrettably she was sick for the better part of last week and we couldn’t go. …
Lately, I have been obsessed with Ramen… I think my obsession started when I watched Juzo Itami’s Tampopo a few years ago with my friend Yana. A truck driver stops at a small family-run noodle shop and decides to help its fledgling business. The story is intertwined with various vignettes about the relationship of love …