• Pride of Brooklyn

    I did a lot of day drinking Pride of Brooklyn is a home brew competition for people who brew their own beers in hopes of maybe eventually doing it full time one day. A good friend of mine has entered a few times, and if supporting his beer is not a good enough reason to go, day drinking all the beer i can is. I’ve been looking forward to this weekend for a while, aside from having an excuse to try well over 30 beers, my cousin (who recently relocated to Philly) was in town and I was very excited to see him. The day went just as planned, we…

  • Denali

    “And when someone you love walks in through the door, even if it happens five times a day, go totally insane with joy”. If there has been a constant in my life over the last decade it would have to be my two dogs, Melo and Bandit (or as like to call them, the boys), and i feel like i don’t talk about them on the internet as often as I should. Bandit came to me via a small family owned farm in Pennsylvania, and Melo was a rescue i came across via a post on Facebook. The boys are both 9 years a piece, and while at first glace…

  • Shots From the Gram V4

    It’s been a minute since I’ve shared my latest IG posting and i figured it was time. To be honest I’ve sort of fallen off my gram game – I’ll blame it on the weather. i’m glad there has been a bit of spring in the air as of late (even though we’re supposed to get snow tomorrow. WTF weather?!). I’m excited to get back to shooting, but in the mean here’s a look at what I’ve been posting. I’ve posted my fair share since November, but there are some personal favs. As always follow ya boy on the gram for everything    Portland. A post shared by Pedro Rodriguez…

  • Historian

    Sup internet. I know it’s been a while. But I’ve somehow managed to become ever MORE busy. I’m spending a ton of time in the shop, and whatever free time i have i split between M and taking naps with the boys (Melo and Bandit) I wanted to share an album I’ve had on repeat since discovering it thanks to NPR and SXSW. It’s called Historian and it’s by Lucy Dacus and it’s pretty damn good. Give it a listen below.