A visit to Eng's studio...

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A visit to Eng's studio...

jcatral14
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Joined: November 9th, 2009, 1:55 am

March 11th, 2012, 8:51 pm #1

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



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March 11th, 2012, 9:53 pm #2

...even if you were forced to look at pictures of Aurelio. Yuk.

And yes, Eng is every bit the gentleman that he comes across as in every post that anyone has ever read here and elsewhere. Sorry I missed the show this time around.

Regards,
Adam

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March 11th, 2012, 10:36 pm #3

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 1:39 am #4

...even if you were forced to look at pictures of Aurelio. Yuk.

And yes, Eng is every bit the gentleman that he comes across as in every post that anyone has ever read here and elsewhere. Sorry I missed the show this time around.

Regards,
Adam
The exhibit is on thru the end of this month I believe so you can still catch it
We'll catch up the next GTG
HAGW!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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March 12th, 2012, 1:40 am #5


GUSH
When are you coming back here? Lemme know
Cheers mate!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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GatsbyTheRat
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March 12th, 2012, 4:51 am #6

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



Good to see the 'starving' artist out and about



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k_rerkpooritat
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March 12th, 2012, 5:08 am #7

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



always glad to see you guys having fun in NY. Great event and wonderful people.

Cheers!





Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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jimmy6668
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March 12th, 2012, 6:43 am #8

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



Glad that you finally got to meet Eng.

You 2 are our regulars

Hope to see you soon.



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March 12th, 2012, 12:47 pm #9

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



I can see in the pics that you had a lot of fun! Congrats again Mike!

The food looks good!

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March 12th, 2012, 3:01 pm #10

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



Thanks for sharing

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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 3:45 pm #11

Good to see the 'starving' artist out and about



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- E. Seykota
Eng will certainly be out and about this year
HAGW!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 3:49 pm #12

always glad to see you guys having fun in NY. Great event and wonderful people.

Cheers!





Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
-Jay in Northern NJ



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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 3:50 pm #13

Glad that you finally got to meet Eng.

You 2 are our regulars

Hope to see you soon.



Thanks for the open invite )))))
Hope to see you again later this year.
Cheers!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 3:52 pm #14

I can see in the pics that you had a lot of fun! Congrats again Mike!

The food looks good!

I told my kids and they want to go check it out now, lol.
Ingat!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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March 12th, 2012, 3:57 pm #15

Thanks for sharing

I'm glad you enjoy my pics
Wish I could be there next month for the GTG
Cheers!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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March 12th, 2012, 5:39 pm #16

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



Glad to see you hanging out with the home crew


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jcatral14
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March 12th, 2012, 10:08 pm #17

I might visit me Mum later this year and when I do I'll def stop by the Lion City. Hope you're around this time
How's your trip going? Looking forward to your pics
Have fun and stay safe!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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March 13th, 2012, 2:55 am #18

I caught wind of an exhibit of Mike Mellia's series of photos on Pcom one night...

http://www.network54.com/Forum/353391/t ... 3B%26gt%3B

Perfect! I was going to be in the city that day so I can cap it off to see the exhibit and meet Mike and Eng for the first time. The same Eng who has given so much back to the community.

I got there early so was able to snap some pics before the crowd showed up...



It's about how Wall Street feeds American consumerism which continues to feed Wall Street and it's a vicious cycle. Luckily for Mike there was a suitable model available...




As mentioned I was there early and met up with Eng who is every bit as nice and gracious as everyone says he is. He actually knew and greeted me by my name like we had met many times before! He showed me the inner sanctum where his projects come to life :D



Background look familiar?



Eng had his 7 on that night...



Closer shot...



Around 830pm we headed over to Yee Li in Chinatown for dinner. There were about 16 or so that went and I sat next to Terry and his 360 (my 417 next to it)...



Some other watches that night. This PP made me a fan...





Luke's BP...



Alas, no Bronzo that night so I've still to see one in the flesh/metal but some one had a 203 on that night so that made up for it

Then dinner came in with the famous chicken head dish...



The food flowed like there was no tomorrow and I left stuffed!



Later, Eng put on Lindsey's bling studded PAM, lol.



Baller...




Last shots back at Eng's studio before I departed. Eng was cracking up in the first pic as he was holding a garbage bag while having his pic taken...




With Mike, the star of the evening... :D



I hope the pics convey the fun I had that night. I had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Till the next time
Thanks for looking

-Jay in Northern NJ



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