A week turned into a month and now I’ve decided to stay in Chile until the end of the year. The spring is just starting over here, so I moved back to the beach town of Zapallar. I’m starting to catch up with work just now. On the bright side of news I’ve just been commissioned to do the website for the Chilean Museum of Precolombian Art.
My father, Leonardo Prieto Vial, died today. I will be unreachable for the next week.
I’m flying this evening to Santiago to be with my family.
Just lost 2 days of work because of the massive blackout. It caught me in the Subway. 2 hours underground, 1 hour inside the car and another hour escaping through the tracks. An amazing adventure, it’s sad I didn’t have my camera with me. I had to walk, through the tracks, with some other 200 people from 4th Street station to Broadway (F line). Unbelievable. The city that never sleeps had one long nap.
Just posting that I am alive and singing in New York. I’m staying here for as long as possible (my VISA says January 2004).
The days by the beach in Zapallar are over. I came back to Santiago to finish planning my trip: for the next 2 months I’ll be visiting New York, Montreal, and London. If all goes well I’ll also be going to Amsterdam, Barcelona and Madrid. If you’re interested in offering me some interesting freelance job to be done while I’m in your city, don’t be shy to contact me.
During the last 4 days, this website has had more visits from the Russian Federation than from Chile, weird. Maybe it’s because I was named “Designer of the Month” by Neopixel (heh, thanks Sergio!)
I’m 24 today. I’ve always liked my birthday. Well almost always. Like today. 🙂
It’s a small beach town 3 hours away from Chile’s capital, Santiago, and its smog. But on the downside, I don’t have broadband (which really isn’t that terrible).