Hi. I’m Robert Boscacci.
Sacred Frames is my blog, where I share simple stories through photography. You might call it a temporary photo portfolio, until I find the motivation to put together a nicer one.
I make videos too. Before photography, I fell in love with music; cinema is photography with a certain music to it. Ultimately, I’d love to carve out a living as a Director of Photography for creative and commercial video production.
Some stories from the last few years:
Left home to study civil engineering at Santa Clara University, pledged a frat, quit the frat, quit civil engineering, joined the entrepreneurs club and went with them to Texas, quit the entrepreneurs club, switched to computer engineering, built a hackintosh, quit computer engineering, took an internship with the “Catholic News Service” and went with them to Washington D.C., quit the Catholic News Service, landed a photography and video production job at the University’s marketing office, switched majors to film, adopted mountaineering as a permanent side hobby, couch surfed across Los Angeles, walked from San Francisco to Yosemite, spent a month living with an Italian family in Florence, devoted my life to visual storytelling.