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…and it’s head separated from it’s body in Old City.

Here are shots from me posted in protest of such wanton brutality.


hitchbotdeadandchairs1    hitchbotdeadandcigars

Special thanks to Twitter/Lauren O’Neil/@laurenonizzle for posting the state of hitchBOT. The rest of the photos are from my portfolio.


Older buildings along South St at Seaport-


tealLast season we worked on a search engine.

This is the front end to our engine
Front End: Blinky, S.A

Back End (Code) :Well Dressed Stiffs

Teal“- a natural language search base engine with the capability for graphic representation upon pop-outs and an auto suggestion finder. This was later incorporated into search engines. 2012


A View of the Universe 3-D!
3-D view is a color composite picture made from two different black and white images that were taken from slightly different viewing angles. The images are combined so that the viewer’s left and right eye, respectively and separately, see a left and right image of the black and white stereo pair when viewed through red-blue glasses.

Check out the infographic at-

thoughts of you
circle around my heart
as our worlds intersect.

i reflect in your smile


poem here in LaTex

When it happens- it happens at Starbucks-

“Why don’t you stop playing games on that computer and get a job!”
-(said to me while I was checking links in games I had just finished uploading.)

-boy it just doesn’t get any better than that. 😉

Blinky Comix is Izzy Hashiguchi Quick. Encouraged from a small child- she has taken pictures most all of her life. Her adult forays started with technical photography which comes across in her work as a definitive 3-D effect. This point of view pulls the audience in. Add to this another dimension of poignancy and you have works which are obsessively captivating.

She is involved in bio-tech. She is a technical illustrator and photographer. Her work has appeared in technical publications worldwide. She also cartoons.

She was trained at Temple University in Architecture- Historic Preservation/ Anthropology. And attended University of Pennsylvania for Anthropology/ Fine Arts. She has worked closely with the board at South Street Seaport on defining the seawall during the renovation of Pier 17. Her photography portfolio is available on line at-

View resume, or LinkedIn resume.