So I get a lot of requests from people to make a website. And since my life is all over the place and I’m constantly getting questions about it, I decided I’d bite the bullet. So click the link in my bio if you wanna check out all the stuff I do to 1: Stay occupied, and 2: Make money. You can also book a free photoshoot with me on there if you’re living in Perth because I’m loving photography lately and I love meeting new people in the industry! I’ve also got some nifty little articles and stuff on there that you might find interesting or entertaining about my past YouTube stuff and where I’m headed next. Link in bio 🤙🤙
Took a selfie with my favourite art piece in the gallery.
I would put these on my photography account (@spencerjhosking) cos I think they’re kinda cool but there’s only 2 pics and I really like my aesthetics on that profile page.
Happy first day of summer! If you’re not in the Southern Hemisphere you’re really missing out. These are some pics from last summer in Vegas. I was actually very self conscious about my body at this point because I lost a lot of weight, and not in a good way (ribs showing, abs disappeared), I felt like a stick insect. However I had to get some product shots of these shorts as quickly as possible for my company for the launch date of the men’s line of swimwear that I had been procrastinating about really bad. These were the best looking shots that came out of that shoot. I put them on the product pages of the website, but I was always reluctant to post them on social media.
Recently I’ve just become more comfortable with myself and my body, and after looking back at these pictures today I realised that I don’t look nearly as bad as I thought I did in my head at the time. So I felt like posting them and telling a little story to maybe help a couple people who feel like I used to. What I felt is known as Body Dysmorphia (obsessive focus on perceived flaws in appearance). And it is rampant in today’s society due to social conditioning and media focus on appearance, and it’s definitely something a lot of people struggle with. Society as a whole makes us constantly feel like we are never enough, so that we continue to buy “feel good products” and stimulate the economy, which in a sense is actually good! But this is beginning to have a detrimental effect on our mental health. This is because the most popular feel good products such as alcohol, nicotine, and junk food provide instant gratification, but hurt you long term and only make things worse. If you feel like youre not reaching your fullest potential due to body dysmorphia, shyness, or social ineptitude, I’m here to help! I get so many questions on these topics each day that I’ve decided to streamline it by creating a 30 day one-on-one program with comprehensive videos, action plans, and coaching sessions designed to help anyone out of the situation I used to be in years ago. Whether youre male, female, 16 or 60 go to my website spencerhosking.com (link in bio) to find out more and preorder. Help me help you!🤘
Got attacked and kidnapped by monkeys. I am just now finally able to get wifi but I’m being help captive. Please send help to Perth Zoo. I am trapped underground in the monkey enclosure. They are demanding the release of every monkey in the zoo, along with the right to vote, and gay marriage. SOS