End of this journey
This has been a journey to push myself and my creativity to a new level. The Spring 2014 issue of The Bull magazine is about taboos. Therefore, I attempted to shed some light on the taboos of the fashion and entertainment industry. The biggest taboo in this industry is not to talk about the downfalls of the business, which posed a...
Be Energy Center
https://youtu.be/Et0jnRphxgU The Energy Center is in Woodland Hills, CA. They teach classes such as QiGong, NeiYangGong, Meditation, Sound & Vibration Healing, and TaiJi for many years. Please join them.
Dancers and Mental Health
https://youtu.be/nsCPt5oz8bE Video by Peter Villafane
Local band The Crusaders plays at night in the Guitar Merchant, Woodland Hills, Calif. Video by: Amy Au
Gun Control: Finding Balance
Filmed & Edited by Jeremy Nation & John Gutierrez
Story and Photos by Joshua Cowan California is known for a unique assortment of characters, and with the help of body modifiers, the sights are starting to become even more eye catching. Local shops provide many body modifications to their clients, from intricate tattoo designs to unique skin modification such as implants, scarring, suspension, branding, dermals and ear shaping. Although...
Multimedia: Special Olympics Southern California
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuV85ErOuxg Plastic Recycling filmed by Ginina Pulcinella for the Spring 2022 Climate Issue of the Bull Magazine. Music in video "Hidden Place" by madirfan on pixabay.com.
The Bull Magazine – Behind the Scenes Spring 2020
https://youtu.be/6u_qdIm7tsw Multimedia by: Atena Naghi
Helping others help themselves
Carlos Velasquez, an alumnus of the Addiction Studies program and student of California State University, Northridge’s credential program, posing in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Nov. 3, 2020. Photo by Kamryn Bouyett.Judy Farash, a former addiction studies professor, stands in front of Pierce College on Winnetka Avenue in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Oct. 15, 2020. Photo by Kamryn...